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Number of Pages: 288
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Through His Eyes: God's Perspective on Women in the BibleJerram BarrsCrossway / 2009 / Trade Paperback$17.49 Retail:
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Studying Jesus' conversations with a diversity of people during his life, Jerram Barrs draws lessons for modern evangelistic practice from the Gospels, offering believers timeless wisdom in their approach to unbelievers.
Jerram Barrs (MDiv, Covenant Theological Seminary) is the founder and resident scholar of the Francis A. Schaeffer Institute at Covenant Theological Seminary, where he is professor of Christian studies and contemporary culture. He and his wife served on staff with LAbri Fellowship in England for eighteen years. Jerram and his wife, Vicki, have three sons and seven grandchildren.
As the greatest evangelist, Jesus exemplified how to attract people to the gospel. He modeled how to initiate spiritual conversations full of grace and truth Christian evangelism, then, both in theory and practice, must be shaped by his pattern.
Seeking to articulate the passions and principles present in Christ's life and words, longtime L'Abri staff member Jerram Barrs has studied Jesus' diverse encounters with people throughout the Gospels. Each chapter of Learning Evangelism from Jesus recounts one of those stories, draws useful lessons for readers' lives and communication of the gospel, and concludes with questions for further reflection and application. This highly practical book will guide Christians in how to live before unbelievers and how to love them into the kingdom, just as Jesus did.
Mike5 Stars Out Of 5June 25, 2010MikeI'm not even finished with this book yet but I have to say THIS BOOK IS AWESOME!!! I love it. I can't help but keep going through it. It is definitely one of those books I will pick up once a year to review and go over. Right up there with "The Celebration of Disciplines" by Richard Foster. I would say a must read.