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Witness has long been recognized as an essential task of Christ's disciples. But the question of how to evangelize responsibly has often confused and even divided the Christian community. How Shall We Witness? is an account of one Christian family, the Reformed and Presbyterian tradition, seeking to heed Christ's commission to witnedd in and to the world. Contributers to this book look at a broad spectrum of issues dealing with the search for a faithful evangelism. In the process, they suggest scriptural, theological, and eduactional foundations for a revived witness with integrity. The distinguish between sincere theological scruples about the character of evangelism and misguided inhibitions that generate unnecessary ambiguity and controversy throughout the Christian community. 186 pages from Westminster John Knox Press.
Witness has long been recognized as an essential task of Christ's disciples. But the question of how to evangelize responsibly has often confused and divided the Christian community. How Shall We Witness? is an account of one Christian family seeking to heed Christ's commission to witness in and to the world.
Milton J. Coalter is Library Directorand William B. and Mildred L. Nivison Professor at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virgina. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Virgil Cruz is a former Professor of New Testament at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.