Power of Intellectual Evangelism – sermon video audio notes – A person being religious does not mean that person is right (righteous) before God. A person can be sincere, but be sincerely wrong. This bothers the intellectual style person. The Pharisees were religious, but crucified Jesus. To an intellectual style person, being accurate is an all important point. I have learned to not believe someone is right because they are religious.

Power of Intellectual Evangelism sermon video

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Power of Intellectual Evangelism sermon video

Scriptures: 2 Timothy 4:5, 1 Corinthians 9:22, Acts 17:16-22, Acts 17:32-34, Mark 4:26-28

The Intellectual style is one of my highest evangelism styles, if not the highest. My natural son is this style and most of my sons in the Lord are this style. It’s a popular style around our church. If I had to say, I think many of you are high in this style. This is one reason I saved it till last. It will be one to which many of us can relate.

The apostle Paul was on his second missionary journey expanding the kingdom. He had come to Athens where he was to meet Timothy and Silas. We read.

Acts 17:16 While Paul was waiting for them in Athens, he was greatly distressed to see that the city was full of idols.

Those of us who are high in the Intellectual evangelism style understand how greatly distressed Paul became. Often a doctrine can become an idol. We can find ourselves fighting for the sake of a doctrine rather than fighting for our savior. To become greatly distressed is exactly what erroneous doctrine does to me. I get stirred up inside. The King James’ version says it this way. (continue sermon notes)

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