The Jewish Role in World Evangelization

Date & time: 13 Nov 2019, 18:00 GMT | Speaker: Avi Snyder | Duration: 1 hour 30 min
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Though Jewish, the Apostle Paul was not called by God to be the apostle to us Jews. Rather, Jesus commissioned him to carry the Gospel to the Gentiles. But curiously, we know from the book of Acts that Paul always began his ministry in every new city by first bringing the Gospel message to his fellow Jews. From Damascus in Acts 9 to Rome in Acts 28, we see Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, always bringing the Gospel “to the Jew first.” Aside from his immeasurable love for his own (cf. Romans 9:1-3), could there have been strategic considerations beneath Paul’s methodology? Could his method have had something to do with his mission to bring the Gospel to the nations?

This webinar will examine the Old Testament call for the Jewish people to be an evangelistic light to the nations. It will trace the outworking of that call in the first century of the Christian era. And it will consider what this may teach us about world evangelization today.​


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