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Do We Jeopardize a Person’s Salvation by Sharing the Gospel with Them? (podcast)
Greg considers the evangelism implications of the idea that we are all IN. Why risk someone having an opportunity to opt out?
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Greg’s new book: Inspired Imperfection
Dan’s new book: Confident Humility
The Evangelical Heart
qthomasbower via Compfight Rachel Held Evans posted recently about The Scandal of the Evangelical Heart. Citing a comment by John Piper (“It’s right for God to slaughter women and children anytime he pleases. God gives life and he takes life. Everybody who dies, dies because God wills that they die.”) she notes that when we approach the Bible in…
Kingdom Sightings: God and Guinness
Evan Leeson via Compfight Here’s a unique Kingdom initiative from one of our readers that we wanted to share with you. If you’re in Ann Arbor, check it out! Starting in January, one of the pastors at our church (Kevin Davis, of 242 Community Church in Ann Arbor, MI) will be starting a new initiative…
Podcast: How Do I Share Jesus Without Sounding Weird?
Greg discusses sharing Jesus with non-believers. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0068.mp3
The Testimony of Life and Death
David Kuo was a friend of ours. He was a passionate voice calling the church away from political division and calling us towards compassionate engagement. He succumbed to brain cancer this last week after a ten year struggle with the disease. Andrew Sullivan attended David’s funeral and reflected on David’s influence in his life. He…
Roger Olson on Evangelicalism
fusion-of-horizons via Compfight Here’s a great interview with Roger Olson on the state of evangelicalism today. Enjoy!
Quotes to Chew On: Confronting Non-Christians
“When Christians confront people on the basis of presuppositions not shared by the people they confront, they come across as rude (hence unloving, I Cor. 13:4-5) and usually render the gospel less credible to the people they confront. What is not generally communicated to the people being evangelized is the one thing we are called…