God Centered Evangelism – R. B. Kuiper
Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God - J. I. Packer
If God is in control of everything, does that mean the Christian can sit back and not bother to evangelize? Or does active evangelism imply that God is not really sovereign at all? J. I. Packer shows in this classic study how false both these attitudes are. In a careful review of the biblical evidence, he shows how a right understanding of God's sovereignty is not so much a barrier to evangelism as an incentive and powerful support for it.
Today's Gospel - Walter Chantry
Today's Gospel, authentic or synthetic? "Differences between much of today's preaching and that of Jesus are not petty; they are enormous. The chief errors are not in emphasis or approach but in the heart of the Gospel message. Were there a deficiency in one of the areas mentioned in these pages, it would be serious. But to ignore all - the attributes of God, the holy law of God, repentance, a call to bow to the enthroned Christ - and to pervert the doctrine of assurance, is the most vital mistake."
The Invitation System - Ian Murray
Almost all who claim to be Christians are agreed on the need for evangelism. However, evangelicals are still distinguished by their authoritative proclamation of man's state in sin, necessitating a personal response to Christ in repentance and faith. As distinct from vaguer conceptions, evangelicals believe in the new birth of individuals. In recent years, however, the pattern in which such conversions are most frequently expected to occur has been linked with the practice of calling people to the front during and evangelistic service. This is 'the invitation system' characteristic of modern mass evangelism.
Ultimate Questions - John Blanchard
Health, finance, family, the future - life is full of questions. There are deeper questions too. Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going? Does life have any purpose? But the ultimate questions are about God. Does He exist? What is He like? Can I know Him and experience His power in my life? And if so, how? This booklet tackles these vital questions head on - and answers them simply, clearly and directly. An excellent and beautifully illustrated evangelistic booklet!
Everyday Evangelism - Gareth Crossley
The church of today can no longer assume the right to speak to the unsaved about the great issues of life and death. We have to earn that right. Gareth Crossley believes that the approach of the Christian church to the unsaved has often been highly stereotyped and that we need to take a fresh look at the great principles of evangelism outlined in the Scriptures.
The Soul Winner - C. H. Spurgeon
"If you are eager for real joy, such as you may think over and sleep upon, I am persuaded that no joy of growing wealthy, no joy of increasing knowledge, no joy of influence over your fellow creatures, no joy of any other sort, can ever compare with the the rapture of saving a soul from death..." C. H. Spurgeon
FULL LISTING OF BOOKS ON EVANGELISM
- Advice for Seekers - C.H. Spurgeon
- Alive or Dead (booklet) - J.C. Ryle
- Any Objections - John Legg
- Art of Man-Fishing - Thomas Boston
- Christ's Greatest Trophy - J.C. Ryle
- Coming to Faith in Christ - John Benton
- Conviction of Sin - Robert M. M'Cheyne
- Declaration of Love - Samuel Davies
- Door is Open - Asahel Nettleton
- Evangelism & The Sovereignty of God - J.I. Packer
- Everyday Evangelism - Gareth Crossley
- Free Offer of the Gospel -John Murray
- God Centered Evangelism - R.B. Kuiper
- Gospel According to the Apostles - John MacArthur
- I Will Never Become A Christian - Peter Jeffrey
- Knowledge, Foreknowledge & the Gospel - Douglas Wilson
- Lord Our Righteousness - George Whitefield
- Precious Promises of the Gospel - Joseph Alleine
- Right With God - John Blanchard
- Soul Winner - C.H. Spurgeon
- Sure Guide to Heaven - Joseph Alleine
- Today's Gospel - Walter Chantry
- Ultimate Questions - John Blanchard
- Which Way to God - Peter Jeffrey
- Why? & What? Second Thoughts on - Douglas Jones
- Words to Winners of Souls - Horatius Bonar
- You Might Have Asked - Stuart Olyott