Category Archives: Evangelism

What Is a Culturalist Presbyterian?

Originally posted on Allkirk Network:
In 2010, Tim Keller wrote an essay titled, “What’s So Great about the PCA,” in which he identifies three branches of the PCA.1 These branches—which share a common DNA in the Reformed tradition—don’t have to…

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Originally posted on Jemar Tisby:
Biblical Christianity is sadly misunderstood both by Christians and non-Christians alike.  The most persistent misunderstandings about Christianity seem to grow out of religious and philosophical pluralism in the U.S. Pluralism says that every religion is…

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Originally posted on The Reformed Reader:
 Christopher Wright’s The Mission of God is an outstanding contribution to the fields of hermeneutics, biblical theology, missions, and evangelism (among others).  It is a unique and amazing resource for pastors, church planters, missionaries,…

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More Thoughts on Evangelism

    Don’t let the word “evangelism” in the title of the post scare you.  I cannot recommend Learning Evangelism from Jesus more happily to anyone who wants to learn more about Jesus.  Through Prof. Jerram Barrs‘ perspective, we are reminded that in following … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Evangelism

For my current Apologetics and Outreach class at Covenant Seminary, we are required to read The Heart of Evangelism, by the professor teaching the class, Jerram Barrs.  In the few lectures we have had thus far, this book seems mirror … Continue reading

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