The Celtic Way of Evangelism Paperback
How Christianity Can Reach the West - Again
by George G. Hunter; Louis Stuhlman;
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The Celtic Way of Evangelism
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The Celtic Way of Evangelism by George G. Hunter; Louis Stuhlman was published by Abingdon Press in January 2011 and is our 11117th best seller. The ISBN for The Celtic Way of Evangelism is 9781426711374.
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The Celtic Way of EvangelismJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
This 'revised 10th edition, is insightful, refreshing and challenging. 'This is an excellent book considering new ways of thinking about evangelism, not as an occasional thing but as a serious lifestyle activity. Following the example of Jesus Christ and the Apostles, it combines a love for prayer with a love for evangelism. This book gets into the "how-to" reaching non-Christians with the Gospel, and also shows the different approaches (than those of traditional and usual Church methods) that allowed the Celtic Monks to evangelize Europe. It shows how we can use this Celtic approach to reach our own generation throughout the world today. Mission and postmodern really matters combining integrity, contemporary practice with some of the earliest practices of Celtic church planters. The church should offer authentic comfort by engaging with people where they are now, just as the Celtic missionaries did.
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|Author / Artist||George G. Hunter; Louis Stuhlman|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (January 2011)|
|Edition||10th Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||170|
|Page last updated||13th September 2017|