Evangelism After Christendom Paperback
The Theology and Practice of Christian Witness
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Evangelism After Christendom
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This comprehensive text begins by grounding evangelism as a core church practice that reaches the world, challenges sin, offers Christ, shares Christian worship, and more. Stone then traces the evangelistic call through the stories of Israel, Jesus, and, finally, the apostles and the church. Next, Stone discusses two rival narratives to the Christian story: the Constantinian story in which the church made itself home in the world; and the story of liberal modernity, which advocates an autonomous and temporal world. The practice of evangelism, however, subverts these views by 'being the church in the world' in a distinctive, alluring way. In short, Christian evangelism extends an invitation to challenge and abandon rival narratives and join a new story that makes sense of our past and points us to a different future. This book is ideal for seminary and graduate students as well as professional ministers, pastors, and evangelists.
Evangelism After Christendom by Bryan Stone was published by Brazos Press in March 2007 and is our 18307th best seller. The ISBN for Evangelism After Christendom is 9781587431944.
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|Author / Artist||Bryan Stone|
|Publisher||Brazos Press (March 2007)|
|Number of Pages||336|
|Page last updated||25th December 2016|