Lecture 1- What is Evangelism?

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Evangelism: Domestic and Cross-Cultural, Lecture 1- What is Evangelism?
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  1. What is the origin and the essence of the church's mission? (1.2)
    • The Trinity
    • The Reality of the Trinity:
    • 1. True Personhood
    • 2. True Community
    • 3. True Love

    • The Motivation of the Trinity
    • 1. For "each other"
    • 2. For "others

    • The "Sharing" Action of the Trinity
    • 1. The Father- a mission to create
    • 2. Son- a mission to restore
    • 3. The Holy Spirit- a mission to empower the Church's witness
  2. What are the two main tasks of mission in the church? (1.3)
    • 1. The Great Commission- evangelism
    • 2. The Great Commandment- justice
  3. Recognize the definition of evangelism (2.4)
    The sharing of the gospel message by announcing it, demonstrating it, and summoning people to respond to it.
  4. Recognize what evangelism is not (2.3)
    • 1. The recipients
    • 2. The result
    • 3. The method
  5. What is this an aspect of? The Gospel Events- Cross and Resurrection (death, burial, resurrection, appearance)
    One of the six aspects of announcing the Gospel message. (2.6)
  6. What is this an aspect of? The Gospel Witnesses- Old Testament and Apostles
    One of the six aspects of announcing the Gospel message. (2.6)
  7. What is this an aspect of? The Gospel Claims- jesus, fully human and fully divine, is Savior and Lord
    One of the six aspects of announcing the Gospel message. (2.6)
  8. What is this an aspect of? The Gospel Promises- Forgiveness of sins...
    One of the six aspects of announcing the Gospel message. (2.6)
  9. What is this an aspect of? The Gospel Demands- Repentance and Faith and Baptism
    One of the six aspects of announcing the Gospel message. (2.6)
  10. What is this an aspect of? The Gospel Invitation- CHANGE YOUR ATTITUDE
    One of the six aspects of announcing the Gospel message. (2.6)
  11. Recognize the two personal freedoms of salvation (3.2)
    • 1. Personal freedom from sin and it's consequences
    • 2. Personal freedom for God and His Kingdom
  12. Recognize the three phases of salvation (3.3)
    • 1. Past- saved from the wrath of God, from His just judgement on our sins
    • 2. Present- we are being saved
    • 3. Future- our final salvation lies in the future
  13. Recognize the contemporary distaste for conversion (4.1)
    • 1. Social superiority
    • 2. Imperialism
    • 3. Syncretism and universalism
  14. Recognize the definition of conversion (4.2)
    • 1. The positive human response to Jesus and His Gosepl without which salvation is impossible
    • 2. To "turn," "turn around"
    • 3. Signifies to turn from one direction to another
    • 4. Christian- to turn from sin, the devil and the world, and to turn toward God
  15. Recognize the elements of conversion (4.3)
    • 1. Repentance- to renounce, "mortification"
    • 2. Faith- to embrace, "vivification"
  16. Recognize the implications of conversion (4.4)
    Submission to the Lordship of Jesus Christ

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