Live to Tell
Brad Kallenberg recognises that evangelism, even in our own backyard, has become a cross-cultural task. LIVE TO TELL is a compassionate, wise, and necessary guide. It offers both theoretical insight and practical strategies for reaching postmodern people with the gospel....
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Brad Kallenberg recognises that evangelism, even in our own backyard, has become a cross-cultural task. LIVE TO TELL is a compassionate, wise, and necessary guide. It offers both theoretical insight and practical strategies for reaching postmodern people with the gospel. 144 pages, from Brazos.
"This is a wonderful book--an unexpected combination of wit, philosophical acumen, and passion for the gospel. If you think of yourself as an evangelist, you must read this book. If you do not think of yourself as an evangelist, you must read this book--Kallenberg is likely to win you over!"--Nancey Murphy, Fuller Theological Seminary "Brad Kallenberg is a pioneer in engaging the postmodern world with the Christian gospel. I respect him, listen to him, and learn from him, and I hope many others will do the same. Live to Tell will be the first of many important works by this important theologian of the emerging church."--Brian McLaren, author of A New Kind of Christian "Who would ever have thought that postmodern philosophy could help us think about what what it means to become Christian? Brad Kallenberg, steeped in both philosophy and evangelism, sees the connections and offers a radically different and compelling account of conversion. With unequalled clarity and engaging humor, Kallenberg makes key philosophical concepts understandable for any reader and weaves them with real stories of witness and communal evangelizing. In so doing, he provides a model for how to do theology and a highly readable gift for Christians who seek to live the Good News to the world."--M. Therese Lysaught, University of Dayton
Brad J. Kallenberg is assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Dayton (Ohio). He has been actively involved in evangelism since his teen years, and has devoted a decade of his life to full-time campus-based ministry and evangelism.
- Preface<br>winds Of Change: After Modernity<br>a Fresh Look At Conversion<br>evangelism As A Communal Practice<br>the Grammar Of Conversion<br>retrospect: On Growing Churches The Hard Way<br>notes