Ev 108 Doing Evangelism Ethically

Evangelism is central to the great commission that Jesus gave to his followers, to make disciples of all nations. Yet in some circles it has become a dirty word, with objections of arrogance, coercion and manipulation levelled against some of its forms.

In such a context, formulating an ethical approach to evangelism has never been more vital. This timely study examines some of the concerns raised by critics, then sets out key principles for ethical evangelism. It argues that ultimately, evangelism will respect the person when Christians are themselves grounded in the love of God and seeking to become ever more Christlike disciples.
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Author: Revd Dr Gavin Wakefield

Gavin Wakefield is the Director of Training for Missional Ministry for the Diocese of York, with oversight for clergy and lay development. He worked as a parish priest in Sheffield and Chelmsford, and was Deputy Warden of Cranmer Hall, Durham. He lives in Stamford Bridge, where he is also honorary curate, and enjoys hill walking, uncovering local history and travel.

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