How did evangelicals come to debate whether or not there is a connection between evangelism and social action in the first place? And why is this question so crucial regarding the ministry of evangelicals among immigrants? In this essay, I will address the character of this debate, call attention to the inadequacies of modernist theological responses, suggest ways in which postmodern evangelicals can provide a more adequate and biblically faithful approach, and explore its implications for ministry among immigrants.
Wilson, N. G. (2009). Evangelism and Social Action—Revisiting an Old Debate: Good News for Immigrants and Evangelicals Too. Journal of the American Society for Church Growth, 20(1), 69-83. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/jascg/vol20/iss1/6