In The Unbelievable Gospel pastor Jonathan Dodson diagnoses the evangelistic paralysis of the modern church, pinpointing the reasons people don’t share their faith today and offering a desperately needed solution. Showing readers how to utilize the rich gospel metaphors found in Scripture and how to communicate a gospel worth believing—one that speaks to the heart-felt needs of diverse individuals—Dodson connects the gospel to the real issues people face each day by speaking to both the head and the heart.
Filled with stories that reveal the long road of relational evangelism and guidance on how to listen to others well, The Unbelievable Gospel is a much-needed resource that will benefit both individuals and churches. Included are study questions for training and group discussion.
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Table of ContentsPart I: Evangelistic Defeaters 1. Preachy 2. Impersonal 3. Intolerant 4. Condescending 5. Shallow 6. Political 7. Uninformed Part II: Re-evangelizing the Evangelized 8. Gospel Clarity: Unity in Meaning 9. Gospel Metaphors: A Diversity of Graces 10. Re---evangelized: Rediscovering the Goodness of the News Part III: Good News to the… 11. To the Rejected 12. To the Tolerant 13. To the Weary 14. To the Wounded 15. To the Successful 16. To the Hip 17. To the Thoughtful