Reflections On Pentecost And Solomon’s Porch — Edwin S. Jones

The first two sermons recorded in Acts, though having a variety of differences, share a very instructive core pattern worthy of serious consideration. With the understanding that biblical methodology is instructive, let us analyze these early presentations to see what we might glean. An indispensable component in a public presentation is the public. In our… Read More Reflections On Pentecost And Solomon’s Porch — Edwin S. Jones

Soul-Winning For Jesus: The Proper Perspective — Edwin S. Jones

Having just recently returned from James Meadows’ memorial service, I find myself in an especially meditative mood. Recalling my much-appreciated friendship with James brought many thoughts to remembrance, not the least of which was his love for a complete biblical perspective. Therefore, I dedicate these thoughts to James’ memory. For all of James’ vast Bible… Read More Soul-Winning For Jesus: The Proper Perspective — Edwin S. Jones

Considering A “Top-Down” Approach To Evangelism — Edwin S. Jones

Often, we find our approach to evangelism emphasizing a “Bottom Up” methodology. What I mean is this, we commonly emphasize particulars such as the Five Steps or the identity of the church and, I suppose, assume our study will progress toward the overarching principles that give these subjects their more complete biblical meaning. I want… Read More Considering A “Top-Down” Approach To Evangelism — Edwin S. Jones