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OF SNAKES AND DOVES: Using Our Heads and Following Christ’s Heart in Evangelism
Professor Leyrer examines the impact of Jesus words, “Be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves,” and discusses how today’s pastor ought to apply them to his ministry.
Reaching Out to Twenty-Somethings
They aren’t the boomers anymore. The old ways evangelism won’t necessarily be successful with today’s new adult generation. Instead, Prof. Leyrer encourages the steadfast proclamation of the Gospel. It isn’t a problem for ...
Commonality and Diversity among Hispanics in the United States and their Implications for Evangelism
Andrew Schroer encourages evangelism to Hispanics by commenting on the universal truths of the gospel ministry, the commonalities of the Hispanics, and their diversity. The universal truths are that all people are sinners, ...
The Apostle Paul And Culture
Professor Wendland describes how we invariably turn to Paul when we think of the matter of Christ and Culture. Paul remained centered in Christ, yet was still “all things to all people.” Wendland explains from Scripture ...
Reflections On The "Gentleness" Paul Calls For In Philippians 4:5
On the face of it, Philippians 4:5 seems to present few difficulties. That perspective changes, however, as soon as a person takes a closer look at τὸ ἐπιεικὲς. What can Paul mean by using a word that one commentator called ...