Charts for a Theology of Evangelism

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B&H Publishing Group, 2007 - Religion - 160 pages
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Like no other book before it, Charts for a Theology of Evangelism gathers ninety-three unique charts based on author Thomas P. Johnston’s twenty-three years of practicing and teaching personal evangelism. This excellent classroom, preaching, or personal study resource features nine major sections, and each chart from "The Urgencies that Drive Evangelism" to "Five Interpretations of ‘Salt’ in Matthew 5-13" to "Biblical Stages in Theological Drift," includes an explanation and contextual set-up from the author.

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Contents

Foreword
11
Section 1The Great Commission 1 The Urgencies That Drive Evangelism
12
The Great Commissions Common Ground
13
A Linear View of the Five Great Commission Passages
14
Verbs for Great Commission Methodology
16
Twelve Approaches to the Great Commission and the Christian Life
18
Evangelism as the Main Idea
20
Alternatives to Mere Proclamation
22
Placing Views of Evangelism on the Square of Opposition
38
Revival as Cause and Effect
41
Section 2Tools for Evangelism and FollowUp 20 Differing Bridge Illustrations
42
Four Versions of the ABCs
44
Various Views of Preaching Assurance of Salvation
45
The Many and the Few
46
The Gospel and Eternal Life
47
Sin and the Gospel
48

Lessons from the Parable of the Sower
26
Defining EvangelizingPsalms
28
Defining EvangelizingThe Book of Acts
29
Missional Translations and Interpretations
30
Variations in Translating Evangelize
31
Two Approaches to Evangelisma Look at 1 Corinthians 12
32
Three Approaches to EvangelismEvaluating the Human Element
33
Comparing Lifestyle and Proclamation
34
Spiritual and Carnal Evangelists
36
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37
Comparing Gospel Presentations
50
Comparing FollowUp Tools
56
Paradigms for Spiritual Growth
58
Comparing Rules Sacraments and Disciplines for Christian Living
60
Section 3Hearing the Gospel and Salvation 34 Terms for the Gospel in Acts
62
Context of the Gospel in Acts ៥
63
Select Instrumentalities of Salvation
64
A Verbal Order of Salvation
66
Old Testament and New Testament
70
Hearing and Believing Selections in the New Testament
72

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About the author (2007)

Thomas P. Johnston is associate professor of evangelism at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, and president of Evangelism Unlimited, Inc. He and his wife have three children.

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