Objecting to Objections: Don't Let Political Correctness Keep You From Evangelism


Trevin Wax posted a piece over on the Gospel Coalition blog pointing out what's wrong with some common objections to "proselytism" (or as most of us tend to call it, evangelism). It's in response to a recent controversy in America involving someone we don't know on this side of the Atlantic, but the objections to the objections are just as relevant on this continent as they are on that one. In conclusion, proselytism (or evangelism) is a good thing logically (as well as biblically).

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