Disseminating the Gospel in a Post-modern World.
For it is not you who speak, but the Spirit of your Father speaking through you. (Matthew 10:20)
The modern Messianic Jewish movement is birthed out of Christian missionary efforts to evangelize the Jewish people, but how does the rediscovery of Torah impact that original mission? In a series of five lectures, Torah Club author D. Thomas Lancaster considers the implications of trying to bring the Gospel to a post-modern world from a Messianic, Torah-based perspective.
- What is the real message of the Gospel?
- Who should we be trying to reach?
- What role does a Messianic congregation play?
- How do Torah and Jewish roots impact Evangelism?
- What about Jewish evangelism?
- Uncircumcised Lips
- The Gospel of the Kingdom
- Knowing God
- Testimony for Messiah
- Lost Sheep of Israel
Lancaster challenges conventional assumptions about effective evangelism and offers suggestions for rethinking outreach. What About Evangelism? encourages us all to do our part to advance the Kingdom of Heaven on earth by reaching out to “the lost sheep of Israel” and raising up many disciples.
Includes Hebrew/Greek Glossary
The What about Evangelism audio lectures use many Hebrew and some Greek terms that may be unfamiliar to someone who doesn't speak or read in the original biblical languages. We have defined those words, and included them in a quick reference guide that you will find very useful.