Episode 219 – Dr. Matt Queen Talks About Evangelism, The Gospel, and Evangelism Fears

The Reformed Gamers is the show all about theology and gaming. Every now and then, we dedicate an entire episode to something theological focused.

Last year, TRG did an episode on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Having this message is great but the next question is: what do we do with it?

Joining Logan on this episode is Dr. Matt Queen, Associate Dean of the Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions and Professor of Evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Queen also holds the L.R. Scarborough Chair of Evangelism.

Dr. Queen not only talks a lot about evangelism and invests time in equipping the saints to share the Gospel but he spearheads many evangelistic efforts at SWBTS and his church. In this episode, Dr. Queen discusses the importance of evangelism, the fears that keep people from sharing, and the many ways we can share the Gospel, whether in person or online.

You can get in touch with Dr. Queen:

You can also check out Dr. Queen’s helpful resources here: http://media.swbts.edu/speaker/10/matt-queen

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00 – Intro
  • 8:58 – Recapturing Evangelism
  • 12:27 – Why is Evangelism Important?
  • 19:00 – Fears of Evangelism
  • 30:26 – What is an Evangelist?
  • 37:51 – Digital Evangelism
  • 44:02 – Digital Evangelism’s Future
  • 47:27 – Ways to Share the Gospel
  • 59:55 – Reco’s/Closing

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