I have books both on Lifestyle and friendship evangelism. Referring to the book Conversational Evangelism which is a book on relational evangelism its obvious what Geisler says is correct, and he describes some of my struggles very well in witnessing. I am not 100% for nor against any form of evangelism, but I lean The Way of the Master. However in this thread I want to give relational and lifestyle evangelists a place to defend their views. The best defender is one whom reads on all the forms of evangelism so I hope you have done this. Both Calvinists and Arminian/Non-Calvinists agree and disagree on forms of evangelism so CounterPoint books would be wise to create a book debating this issue as they have many other controversial issues. Don't throw a party over me saying this, but I was incorrect in a previous thread by saying that relational evangelism was a complete fallacy. The author of the CARM article I do not think has read books defending other forms of evangelism. He also forgot his Bible studies training because the culture which Jesus lived was well saturated in the 10 commandments and the Torah, a complete opposite culture than what we live. However Paul visited places (Acts 17) that was postmodern in a sense and I see he modified his evangelism for that audience.