The decade of evangelism has spawned a large number of books on the "how" of evangelism, but little on "what" it is, and still less on evangelism in the context of suffering. There are two opposite dangers: either people get so caught up in theological debate that they ignore people and their pain, or people plunge so frenetically into action that they fail to ask what they are doing and why. The opening chapters examine what genuine hope Christians can offer. The book then tackles evangelism in connection with social ...

Good News for a Suffering World 1996, Monarch Books, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9781854242778

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