Posts Tagged ‘Evangelism’

Here’s an interesting idea from Martin Luther: What if your church’s services were in a different language every week? What impact might that have on missions and on your understanding of Scripture (if some weeks were in Hebrew or Greek)? Here are his words: I do not want in anywise to let the Latin tongue disappear […]

Mohler’s article today on whether Christians should respect Muslims and Islam is quite challenging, particularly these paragraphs: Thus, evangelical Christians may respect the sincerity with which Muslims hold their beliefs, but we cannot respect the beliefs themselves.  We can respect Muslim people for their contributions to human welfare, scholarship, and culture.  We can respect the brilliance […]

Logical argument will only go so far in evangelism because the gospel is heart-level, not head-level. So, when I get carried away trying to witness to an unbeliever and I realize that I’m only arguing with him, I need to stop and ask myself, How can I address this person’s heart? What is their real […]

Easy Evangelism


Reading Mark Dever’s The Gospel and Personal Evangelism drastically changed my conception of evangelism. Where I used to define evangelism as handing out tracts, preaching on the street, or otherwise impersonally sharing the faith, I came to see it in a more organic way. Now, I’d say that evangelism is easy. Any relationship-building act that […]