Finished this book tonight. Yes I have been a slow reader as of late, certainly not buying books nor reading like I once did. I would recommend this book for all whom are interested in evangelism, and doing evangelism the way Jesus did. Ray hits the nail on the head in defending the principle of evangelism that makes use of the 10 commandments to bring about conviction for the sinner. Sadly so few churches use the law in their evangelism programs and preaching. Ray not only defends how Jesus did His evangelism, but defends what Paul, Peter, Jude, James, Stephen, and John the Baptist did as well in their evangelism. Another treat of this book is that it answers the debate that some have made up that since the Law was given to Jews only, it must not be used with gentiles in evangelism. Ray's other books that I have hardly address this issue, but this book hits the debate on the head. Clearly Rm 3:11 states that none understand and this includes Gentiles, and Paul himself says in Rm 7:7 that he would not have known what sin was without the law. Paul did not once differentiate between the Jew and Gentile in this verse and later goes on to state that the law is for everyone (Rm 3:19).