This is one reason why its good to test every book and sermon with the one true book the Bible. Okay I am reading a book on soul winning from an Arminian IFB. Parts of the book I agree with and parts I disagree. He makes a case for confrontational evangelism and does not speak highly of those that rely solely on friendship/lifestyle evangelism and he cites a sobering stat that being more than 70% of christians. The author makes a case for HELL which sadly is a topic that Mark Dever and another Reformed author missed in their evangelism books that I have in my library. However Jesus nor the puritans missed that VITAL topic. Anyways he says in the book that God is the great soul winner (agreed) but earlier in the book he gives himself credit for bringing souls to faith and getting decisions (false). However what confused me a little is that the last chapter I read he uses the example of John the Baptist and says that because John had a good heart for the Lord, God blessed his ministry and he saw fruit. I do not think this statement is completely accurate because its not like Jonah had a good heart, but did his soul winning not out of a passion or anything, but still God brought souls to faith (salvation is of the Lord Jonah himself says in the fish). I believe the authors rational to be not entirely true Biblically speaking. I checked out a few things the Reformed authors said in their evangelism books and they never hinted at such a thing, as God solely brings the converts to salvation being the effectual call of the Spirit. Has anyone read the book Out of Commission by Paul Chappell? If so get a copy and lets chat about it. Its a very easy read and very inspiring despite some of the rational. I am still reading.