Just hearing the word "evangelism" stirs emotions in believers and unbelievers alike. Because of this, many believers shy away from the topic altogether. Douglas Cecil believes we must bring a sense of balance into our approach to evangelism. This book is not another book on evangelism methods; rather the author focuses on helping believers develop a lifestyle of evangelism that relies completely on the Holy Spirit. Evangelism is a spiritual adventure and readers will be challenged to re-think how they live it out.
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Review 1 for The Seven Principles of an Evangelistic Life
Date:July 14, 2009
Like John Smiley of Youngstown, OH, I too will be using this book as a textbook in an upcoming class on evangelism at my church. In addition I am using Concentric Circles of Concern by W. Oscar Thompson. Both books contain insights from seminary professors who truly know evangelism. Anyone interested in personal evangelism would do well to buy, read, keep, and frequently refer to both.
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Review 2 for The Seven Principles of an Evangelistic Life
Date:January 24, 2008
I have read several books on evangleism and this is the most well rounded book that I have found. I am going to use it as a basis for a course I will teach at my church on evangelism. Get this book!