The Logic of Evangelism

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1989 - Religion - 245 pages
In contrast both to the traditional focus on proclamation and to the more recent emphasis on church growth, Abraham argues that evangelism should be construed as primary initiation into the kingdom of God.
 

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Really super ideas and thoughts and explains a lot of theological questions I had. It balances out emotional evangelism with logic and is very good for those Christians who respond by rationalism and ... Read full review

The logic of evangelism

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Abraham (Perkins School of Theology) subjects the theory and practice of evangelism to modern theological reflection. He points out that very little critical theological thought has been applied to ... Read full review

Contents

Evangelism and Modern Theology
1
The Gospel
17
Proclamation
40
Church Growth
70
Initiation
92
Conversion Baptism and Morality
117
The Creed Spiritual Gifts and Disciplines
140
The Ministry of Evangelism
164
Evangelism and Modernity
185
The Wider Ecumenism
209
Index
234
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