Robert Coleman’s bestselling The Master Plan of Evangelism has been the standard in evangelism literature for more than 40 years. But what is the theology behind evangelism? And why is it important for Christians to understand? The Heart of the Gospel offers a systematic theology of evangelism that will ground and inform our practice of spreading the good news. Each chapter covers a major biblical doctrine, explains its various evangelical interpretations, treats misconceptions that adversely affect evangelism, and offers practical applications of the doctrine. Based on decades of classroom teaching, this comprehensive work is aimed at ministry readers interested in evangelism and outreach.
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Here is the theology of the Gospel in classic Wesleyan dress, vividly presented by one of its most honored veteran expositors. All who love the Lord will find this a heartwarming read.
—J.I. Packer, Board of Governors Professor of Theology, Regent College
This magnificent study by Robert Coleman will undoubtedly become a classic among theologies of evangelism. With great personal sensitivity and elegant simplicity, he places the question of ‘Why evangelism?’ into a biblical and theological context that is larger than many of us know. His study could very well ignite an evangelical fire within our hearts. This is a genuinely inspiring and instructive book not to miss—a must-read.
—John Woodbridge, research professor of church history and Christian thought, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
What rich wisdom learned from a life lived in the Word and in the teaching and practice of evangelism! Coleman’s love for both the Gospel and the Christ of the Gospel is contagious. Read and learn and worship.
—Dennis F. Kinlaw, president, Francis Asbury Society