There are two options for this paper. Option A: If you profess to be “saved” (as defined by this course), then you will witness to one unbeliever and write a paper detailing the account. Option B: If you do not profess to be “saved” (as defined by this course), then you will write a paper expounding on the topic “Why I Am Still Not A Christian.” For both options, the paper should be a minimum of a page and a half and a maximum of two pages. You must adhere to both the minimum and the maximum page limits!
This assignment is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of Module/Week 8.
Guidelines for Option A
If you are a believer, then you are required to witness to an unbeliever (as defined by this course) during the time restraint of the course. The encounter that you write about must be face-to-face or on the phone (not a virtual encounter – via internet, email, IM, etc.) and it must occur while you are enrolled in this particular course. You are not permitted to document a “mock” or “role-played” witnessing encounter. If you strike up a conversation with someone and discuss your faith with him/her but through the conversation you find out that he/she was already saved prior to your conversation, you must find another individual who is not saved to witness to and document the account for this Report. You are not required to witness to a stranger; you may witness to anyone who is not a believer even if it is a family member, co-worker, or friend.
The body of your report must be presented in three parts as follows: PART ONE – What method of evangelism did you use and how did you start the conversation? What method did you use? Why did you choose to use that method? How did you start the conversation? NOTE: If you choose to use the methods of Lifestyle, Friendship, Servant or a similar type of evangelism, you need to keep in mind that “proclamation” is part of these methods. Dr. Early and Dr. Wheeler speak about...