Evangelism

The Good, the Bad and the Abominable
Pages: 147

$12.00

With church membership and attendance in rapid decline, and public perception of Christianity and its influence in an apparent free fall, many are left questioning what went wrong.  Evangelism: The Good, the Bad, the Abominable takes a brief look at the origins of American consumerism and the impact of an entertainment-based culture on the church’s approach to its central purpose: preaching the “good news” of the gospel to all the world.

Is the church merely in need of a more effective marketing campaign to better compete for the “merchandise” of men’s souls (2 Pet. 2:3)? Or will it require an entirely different perspective—one that places evangelism within a larger context—in order to truly fulfill Jesus’ Great Commission?

Blair Adams is a minister, author, artist, father and grandfather from central Texas. In 1973, Blair founded the Christian community now known as Homestead Heritage, a flourishing intentional agrarian community that has now spawned several more expressions across the U.S. and around the world. Drawing from his personal experience and decades of research, Blair has authored scores of books mostly directed towards the restoration of an authentic Christian culture. His works span a breadth of related topics, including education, history, religion, and family and community life. (Read more about Blair Adams)