What It Is: A book about apologetics and evangelism from the man with the best beard in Reformed evangelicalism.
Why I’m Reading It: An area I always need to grow in and stretch is evangelism. And Voddie Baucham is a beast. I’m excited to be challenged by this one. (I think this book would be considered “presuppositional apologetics,” but I’m still not 100% sure what this means, so I don’t know if I’m fer’it or agin’it. But I’m absolutely for using the Bible as much as possible, so there’s that.
Have you read this book? Do you have a favorite book about apologetics and evangelism? Let me know in the comments!
What It is: A book that (hopefully) provides a good introduction to the basic tenets of Islam, in order to be able to communicate the Gospel in an understandable way.
Why I’m Reading It: The suburb where I live has a large Muslim population, as does the neighborhood surrounding our church. Our church is also directly involved with a ministry that serves the refugee community in our city, including many refugees from Muslim-majority countries. It would be a benefit to have some basic knowledge of an Islamic worldview as I seek to grow in my evangelism and missions-focused ministry.
Have you read this one? If not, is there another book on this topic you can recommend? Comment below!
In case you’re confused by Wednesday’s post, YES, I’m still going to post a #FridayFeed from time to time! Just because I don’t want to be just a curator doesn’t mean I’m not gonna share some cool links with you people!
Submitted for your perusal: 10 posts worth checking out this weekend.
I think Ann Handley is becoming my new Jeff Goins–someone whose posts I must compulsively share because they’re so good! This time, Ann describes the PANDA guide to vivid writing. Follow these steps if you want your writing to be full of panda mystery.
Hope you find something useful here. If you do, maybe pop into the comments below and let me know? That would help a lot. Thanks.