Reformed Apologists Expose CRU’s False Gospel and Unbiblical “4-Ways” Evangelism Techniques

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CRU — formerly Campus Crusade for Christ — is a school campus ministry that tries to engage students in a seeker-friendly evangelistic outreach. CRU is known for its weak doctrine and watering down of the gospel message as well as it’s embrace and inclusion of homosexuals and focus on social justice as opposed to the gospel.

In the video below, Reformed apologists Ryan Denton and Mike Stockwell speak to CRU members and expose why their methodology is not only unbiblical but ineffective.

For more on CRU, see these articles.

Mike Stockwell demonstrating BIBLICAL EVANGELISM in contrast to CRU's "4 LAWS" evangelism.

Posted by Ryan Denton on Saturday, August 25, 2018


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