Evangelism is the sharing of evangel
- the ''good news.'' Historically, it has referred primarily to the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
by his followers, Christians
See Merriam-Webster's definitions:
Apologetics and Evangelism
, by Jimmy Williams of Probe Ministries
Are Evangelism, Missions, and Apologetics a Hate Crime?
An overview of recent media portrayals of evangelical fulfillment of the Great Commission. From Watchman Fellowship
Becoming A Gentle Crusader "How to share your passion without being obnoxious"
, by Jan Johnson, Discipleship Journal, July/Aug. 1999
Discover Your Evangelism Style "You can introduce people to Christ just by being yourself."
, by Matt Mittelberg, Discipleship Journal, Sep/Oct. 1996
Evangelism that Flows "Natural forces drain evangelistic energy, but your church can keep its outreach strong."
, Leadership Journal, Summer 1998
Intolerance, Apologetics and Evangelism
A Christian response to accusations of intolerance. From Watchman Fellowship
Six Enemies Of Apologetic Engagement
, by Douglas Groothuis
Talking Foolishness "How do you talk about the cross with people who scoff at the concepts of sin and guilt?"
, by Paula Rinehart, Discipleship Journal, Mar/Apr. 1995
Leadership Journal, Fall 2002
Evangelistic Bible Studies
, from the Coalition for Christian Outreach - a college ministry that works cooperatively with colleges, universities and churches to help them guide students through these critical years of their lives