5 Things Mistaken for Evangelism By Mark Dever
I remember as a little child hugging my father’s leg at a gas station only to realize it wasn’t his leg I was hugging. I was embarrassed! It was a case of mistaken identity.
In the matter of evangelism, I’m concerned about a number of things that people take to be evangelism that aren’t. And this case of mistaken identity can have consequences more serious than mere embarrassment. Let me mention five things mistaken for evangelism. ...
[1. IMPOSITION, 2. PERSONAL TESTIMONY, 3. SOCIAL ACTION AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT, 4. APOLOGETICS, 5. THE RESULTS OF EVANGELISM]
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