Thomas Boston penned a classic of the Christian faith, addressing soul winning for every follower of Christ that is still applicable three centuries after he wrote it. In his imperative, convicting tone he calls believers to the relentless spreading of the Gospel and the weight of his words, borrowing heavily from Scripture, carry the message straight to the core of the reader. While remaining unfinished, the book culminates with eight essays on those ways where the fisherman can best imitate Christ, all the while gently imploring the Christlikeness that he himself exhibited in his life and brought to fruition in evangelism.
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Review 1 for Art of Man Fishing: A Puritan's View of Evangelism
Date:July 24, 2007
Any book with a title like this is worth reading. Short on pages huge on man fishing advice.