A clear, biblical theology of evangelism, presented witha historical foundation and practical instruction. Expand your MacArthurPastor's Library to include this much-needed topic. "Evangelism" begins bycomparing the current state of outreach in American Christianity withevangelism throughout church history and also in the Bible. Presenting atheology on the subject that addresses the theological principles that governevangelism, showing how they are played out in the church, as well as thefamily and personal interaction. It includes preaching, one-on-onewitnessing, missions, parenting evangelism, and commissioning and supportingmissionaries. This book's substantive and doctrinally insightful guide tobiblical outreach complements the previous volumes "Preaching," "BiblicalCounseling," and "Pastoral Ministry."""