The weekly redaction has been a shoot-from-the-hip affair where I’ve tried to point out quality blogging by my fellow Southern Seminary students and line up several links on similar topics. There are literally hundreds of categories into which I’ve filed posts that stood out to me for one reason or another, but there is one category that I want to promote above the others, and that is blogging on Evangelism.
I’ve decided that for 2008, the first roundup of each month will be focused on Evangelism, and that is because so many Southern Seminary bloggers have so many helpful blog posts on it. So, I give you the first installment of Evangelism First!
- Matthew Wireman has started a series on evangelism:
- Who is This Jesus?
- Noah Braymen has been charting responses to the Gospel.
- Kevin Hash wrote pointedly on the “Easy Button” Gospel.
- Joshua Martin had a minor epiphany about getting at worldviews when sharing the Gospel.
- Klay Aspinwall gave a book review of Mark Dever‘s book, The Gospel and Personal Evangelism
- Doug Smith has also presented a review of Dever‘s book.
- Rhett “Machinegun” Kelley of the Reformed Mafia wonders whether shredding phone books and other stunts is worthy to be called evangelism.
- Will Jackson relays Don Whitney‘s clear statement of what the Gospel is.
- Brad Thayer
Mahanshowed how Augustine’s City of God is a call to Evangelism.
- Brent Thomas discussed the “God Shaped Hole“ approach to evangelism.
- Steve McCoy
- is making Evangelism a focus of his blog for 2008.
- shares some quotes from Total Church. (Is that like Total Gym? Does Chuck Norris go there?)
Stay tuned for next month’s installment of the Evangelism First! roundup. And next week, we’ll have a look at cultural engagement through blogging, as well as whatever else strikes my fancy.