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Evangelism in a Spiritual Age: Communicating…

Evangelism in a Spiritual Age: Communicating Faith in a Changing Culture…

by Steven Croft

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 071514054X, Paperback)

Based on extensive research, Evangelism in a Spiritual Age takes a detailed look at the spirituality of people beyond the fringe of the Church and offers insightful responses to how the Church might address the issue of evangelism in the twenty-first century. Topics include: Big questions people are asking How people view Christians and the Church Listening - its vital importance Achievable ideas for the local church General trends in spirituality and creative evangelism The community as a key to contemporary evangelism This timely and practical book enables all those interested in evangelism to understand the spirituality of people who don't go to Church and to communicate the gospel more effectively.

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