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Discipleship Message #6: A Biblical Philosophy of Evangelism, Part 1

(Note: This sermon series was preached at the beginning of the new church plant, Harvest Baptist Church.)

In our last message we started looking at the idea of a Biblical “Philosophy” of Discipleship. This refers to the "how" of Discipleship: How does it actually take place? And we talked about the "means" (the process) and the "goals" (our part in the process). Both evangelism and edification (i.e., discipleship) have both means and goals.

In this message we take a look at what the Bible says about the "means" of evangelism, since that is how a disciple is made (in the sense of "created")--it's the first step in the discipleship process. What are the components of the process that God uses to save a sinner (to "evangelize" the sinner)? These components are the "means" God uses to save a sinner; there are four general components of the process through which God saves a sinner.

  • Means #1: Conviction – The Personal Conviction of the Sinner
  • Means #2: Cross – The Preaching of the Cross to the Sinner
  • Means #3: Conversion – The Conversion of the Sinner
  • Means #4: Regeneration – The Regeneration of the Sinner by the Spirit of God
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