The September issue of Tabletalk looks at the concept of soul winning with respect to people both inside and outside the church. In imitation of the Savior, the church is called to seek and to save the lost by evangelizing unbelievers (Luke 19:10) and to save the souls of professing Christians by bringing wandering believers back from apostasy (James 5:19–20). However, a poor understanding of the gospel, of discipleship, and of church discipline often keeps Christians from seeking to win the souls of those around them. This issue provides a comprehensive overview of soul winning in its various forms so that believers will be equipped to seek the lost and bear one another’s burdens in the church.
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- God: The Winner of Souls by David Strain
- The Sovereignty of God and Soul Winning by Joel Beeke
- Winning the Souls of Unbelievers by Jon Payne
- The Ordinary Means of Soul Winning by Burk Parsons
- Rescuing Souls from Death by Burk Parsons
- Wisdom New and Old by R.C. Sproul
- Winning One Another by Carl Robbins
- The Real Story of Christianity and Abortion by Albert Mohler
- Knowledge without Zeal by Joshua Buice
- Handling Abuse in the Church by Brad Hambrick
- The Context of the Early Church by David Briones
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Here's a preview of what's coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:
The October issue will consider the history and impact of the Protestant Reformation, looking back to our heritage but also discussing how it should shape the next five hundred years of church history (should the Lord tarry).
The November issue will consider the biblical concept of leadership so as to help equip believers to be better leaders and followers in the various spheres of life.
The December issue will consider various aspects of the tabernacle/temple, and consider what it tells us about Christ, the church, and salvation.
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