Hector Troyer. Get ready for a frank and honest look at the underside of today’s Anabaptist evangelism culture. We’ll talk about some pretty sacred stuff. Like… Is worldly Christianity’s view of a relationship with Jesus destroying the Mennonite understanding of the Gospel? Do we need to sacrifice New Testament holy living to fulfill the great commission? Should we be content to bicker and split aimlessly? Is the rampant adoption of worldly evangelism techniques a cloak for our selfish desire to live comfortably?
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Hector Troyer. This book is written by a conservative Mennonite and intended for the Plain audience. Anabaptism is a worldview. While Anabaptists share some basic scripture and doctrines with other groups, their worldview is distinctly different from the Catholic and Protestant worldviews. Worldly Christianity has offered anabaptists a relationship with Jesus in exchange for their culture, it has delivered neither.
In this book the writer examines evangelism ideas by their fruits. Can Anabaptists adopt evangelism techniques from other Christian faiths without damaging their own understanding of the gospel? Why do most plain Mennonites live in several small geographic regions of the United States? How can plain Mennonites effectively spread the gospel while retaining their godly culture? Do the Amish have anything to teach the rest of Anabaptism about church expansion? Is the Anabaptists’ rampant adoption of worldly evangelism techniques a cloak for their selfish desire to fit in and live comfortably? What if Anabaptists stopped fantasizing about short term missions and began relentlessly placing churches in strategic locations. Embrace the pain, crucify the flesh, expand the Kingdom. The purpose of this book is to promote evangelism by intentional church division among plain groups.
100 pp. Paperback.
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