Questioning Evangelism Paperback

Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did

by Randy Newman;


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Questioning Evangelism

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A much-needed look at sharing Christ with unbelievers, based not on the techniques of guerrilla hard-sell tactics, but on engaging questions and caring interaction. Filled with humor and stories, this book provides a challenging yet encouraging look at evangelism in our world today. This volume argues that asking questions and starting meaningful conversations is a far better method for sharing faith than prepared lectures or statements. It gives advice on what people need to hear in response to the world around them.

Author was raised Jewish and has a unique, rabbinical outlook on evangelism
Encouraging and useful
Easy-to-read, conversational style
Study guide at the end to aid in teaching and discussion

Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman was published by Kregel Publications in December 2003 and is our 16734th best seller. The ISBN for Questioning Evangelism is 9780825433245.

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Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherKregel Publications (December 2003)
Weight318g
Number of Pages272
Thickness18 mm
Height213 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780825433245
ISBN-10082543324X
Product Code120345
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