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Evangelism in a Skeptical World: How to Make the Unbelievable News About Jesus More Believable

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Length: 6 hours

Summary

Most Christians already believe they should be telling others about Jesus, but traditional methods are no longer as effective in today's post-Christian world. Thus, we may become frustrated, blame ourselves, or simply give up. Evangelism in a Skeptical World: Audio Lectures, together with the accompanying textbook Evangelism in a Skeptical World, equips Christians with the principles and skills needed to tell the unbelievable news about Jesus to friends in a skeptical world.

Presented by speaker and evangelist Sam Chan, these lectures combine the theological and biblical insights of classic evangelistic training with the latest insights from missiology on contextualization, cultural hermeneutics, and storytelling. Every session is illustrated with real-world examples drawn from over fifteen years of evangelistic ministry. These are methods that really work - getting past the defensive posture that many people have toward Christianity so they can seriously consider the claims of Jesus Christ.

Session Titles and Runtimes:

Introduction (3 min) Theology of Evangelism, Part 1 (23 min) A Theology of Evangelism, Part 2 (27 min) Everyday Evangelism (27 min) How to Craft a Gospel Presentation, Part 1 (28 min) How to Craft a Gospel Presentation, Part 2 (27 min) Evangelism to Postmoderns (38 min) Contextualization for Evangelism, Part 1 (22 min) Contextualization for Evangelism, Part 2 (20 min) Gospel-Cultural Hermeneutics (23 min) Story-Telling the Gospel (25 min) How to Give Evangelistic Topical Talks (32 min) How to Give Evangelistic Expository Talks (25 min) Religious Epistemology, Apologetics, and Defeater Beliefs, Part 1 (26 min) Religious Epistemology, Apologetics, and Defeater Beliefs, Part 2 (30 min) Moving People from Hostile to Loyal (16 min)

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