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January 1973 · Vol. 2 No. 1 · pp. 31–32 

Book Review

Communicating Good News

David Augsburger. Scottdale, PA: Herald, 1972. 112 pages.

Reviewed by Vern Ratzlaff

Many aids for congregational and individual use for Key ’73 are coming to our attention; David Augsburger’s is among the more significant {32} in terms of the helps suggested for practical implementation of evangelism. In six chapters he talks about the content, the verbalization, the range, the sharing and the living out of Jesus’ gospel. Each chapter concludes with questions and suggestions for implementing what has been worked at. The Leader’s Guide includes additional questions, skits, outlines for presentation, and excellent suggestions for additional reading, projects and visual aids. Communicating Good News would be helpful for study groups in the local congregation.

Vern Ratzlaff
Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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