ABSTRACT In this article Ron Johnson looks at the current model of evangelistic witness that is present in many places. He explores how Baptists have generally used one primary approach or model to present the gospel to unbelievers in recent decades. He then traces how the gospel was spoken of by the early Christians and explores the twists and turns as the church struggled to proclaim its faith. He ends the article with a challenge for evangelism to be reconsidered in light of mission to the world and how it needs to rediscover its theological roots and be expressed through genuine ministry.
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