We live in changing times of significant cultural change. In the Inventive Age (the cultural turning following the Agrarian, Industrial, and Information ages) how people think has changed. This has created a new context for Evangelism. Previous methods not only do not work, they are often counterproductive.
Evangelism in the Inventive Age is not a "next-level" resource for those who are already comfortable and confident evangelists, but is a book for the rest of us.
For most Christians the issue of converting other people or sharing their faith is a troubled endeavor. Very few are in a comfortable place of natural invitation, faithful integration, and hopefulness in sharing faith.
This book will create a new perspective on evangelism for the ordinary person who has extraordinary questions. Evangelism in the Inventive Age is for those who have deep questions about the validity of evangelism and for whom evangelism does not come naturally.
Doug Pagitt is an author, pastor, convener, runner, goodness conspirator & possibility evangelist. He is the pastor of Solomons Porch in Minneapolis, speaking and writing on spirituality and leadership and giving leadership to Convergence - a collective seeking to bring about a just and generous Christianity. And he runs a radio show/podcast hybrid called Doug Pagitt Radio.
He Lives in Edina, MN.