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Few days ago I just reviewed this book.

Thanks to Lynda O. for pointing that the internet has a free copy of this work on PDF.

You can download a free PDF copy by clicking HERE.

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Though this blog is mainly one that is about Presuppositional apologetics and theology, in continuing with Van Til’s point that there should be a close relationship between apologetics and evangelism, I think it is worth the time for Christian apologist to cultivate their Christian life towards being an evangelist and soul winner.¬† To that end, I review the following work:

This classic is a good read for the soul. This work asks some probing and convicting questions for the preacher and the pastor whose responsibility is to see men know the Gospel and Jesus Christ. There are sins of commission (sins that involves our active participation) and sins of omissions (sins when we do not do what we are obligated to do). There were times when I read this book I had to pause, search my soul before God, repent, pray to God and also heavily burdened to pray for others. This work is good enough and short enough that every minister should read this work annually. This is the first time I read a work by this author and the impression I get from this work does incline me to consider reading other titles by the same author.

You can purchase this short work here.

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