My notes on Robert E. Coleman’s The Master Plan of Evangelism

Here is a blogger who is certainly putting his studies to work in a highly profitable manner. Note how concisely he presents the important points of a great classic book which is often used in seminary schools.

Reflections

The Master Plan of Evangelism The Master Plan of Evangelism

By Robert E. Coleman

Summary:  Joe McFadden

Chapter 1- Selection

Jesus Master plan for evangelism consisted of selecting a few men to follow Him. This is not to say that He ignored the masses as He addressed the masses and they regularly followed Him, sought Him out and were drawn to Him. Christ did not select the most prominent people, the most affluent, but He selected men willing to learn. Jesus illustrated to us in this example a primary principle of teaching: that the larger the smaller the group we teach the greater opportunity to concentrate on them, develop them, and instruct them. Jesus did not persuade the masses who would follow pretty much anyone for a while, but apprenticed leaders. He also illustrated to us the first duty of church leadership is to effectively equip by laying out…

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