Evangelism Through the Local Church
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About "Evangelism Through the Local Church"
This book claims that whenever Christianity has been at its most healthy, evangelism has stemmed from the local church, and has had a noticeable impact on the surrounding area. The re-Christianisation of the West cannot take place without the renewal of local churches in this whole area of evangelism, according to the author. He claims that what is needed is a thoughtful, sustained, relevant presentation of the Christian faith, in word and in action, embodied in a warm, prayerful, lively local church which has a real concern for its community at all levels.;This book has been written in the conviction that such evangelism is not only much needed, but eminently possible. The author's previous books include Evangelism in the Early Church, The Empty Cross of Jesus and Baptism.
Meet the Author
Michael Green is chaplain for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, and also teaches the evangelism module there. In addition, he is director of the Good News Initiative of the Anglican Communion Network in the United States. He formerly served as senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, England, and as adviser in evangelism to the archbishops of Canterbury and York. As a pastor, evangelist, author and lecturer, he has taught and preached the New Testament for many years. His many books include I Believe in the Holy Spirit and Evangelism in the Early Church.