What Did Jesus Do? A Call to Return to the Biblical Gospel answers the skeptic's question "Where is the Law used evangelistically?"
The cynic will be surprised to find that three chapters of this book are devoted to Jesus and His use of the Ten Commandments to reach the lost. Two chapters are devoted to Paul's evangelistic use of the Law.
Paul imitated Jesus. So did Stephen, James, Peter, John the Baptist, and Jude. So did Spurgeon, Wesley, Whitefield, and others down through the ages. Each of these men of God did what Jesus did: they used the Law to reach the lost. It seems that only the modern church has deviated from biblical evangelism.
In a day when preachers carefully craft their words so as not to offend their hearers, this book calls the Church back to the way of the Master Evangelist, to consider "What did Jesus do?" and then to go and do likewise.