The Sinner's Prayer - It's Origins and Dangers
David Malcolm Bennett
Even Before Publishing
The Sinner's Prayer: Its Origins and Dangers examines various forms of the Sinner's Prayer to discover its nature and the assumptions behind it. It contrasts the Sinner's Prayer method of evangelism with biblical evangelistic practices and teaching. Bennett suggests it is an unbiblical method dangerous and far less successful than is usually claimed and then promotes methods of evangelism that are in line with the teaching of Scripture. What part did Charles Finney, D. L. Moody, William Booth and Billy Graham play in its development?