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Summary of boiling the book down .

  1. ABSTRACT. Summarize what you have read, boiling the book down into 300 words (1 page). Prove
    you comprehend the readings by writing a no-nonsense summary. The abstract is not a commentary or
    listing of topics but rather an objective summary from the reader’s viewpoint. Abstract equals �boiled
    down.� This section should include a minimum of 2 footnotes to the text being reviewed.
  2. CONCRETE RESPONSE. Get vulnerable! In no less than 150 words and no more than 1 page, relate
    a personal life experience that this book triggered in your memory. Relate your story in first person,
    describing action, and quoting exact words you remember hearing or saying. In the teaching style of
    Jesus, this is a do-it-yourself parable, case study, confession. You will remember almost nothing you
    have read unless you make this critical, personal connection. What video memory began to roll? This is
    your chance to tell your story and make new ideas your own
  3. REFLECTION. This is the critical thinking part of the review (not critical in the sense of negative, but in
    the sense of questioning). In no less than 150 words and no more than 1 page, describe what questions
    pop up for you in response to what you have read. Keep a rough-note sheet at hand as you read. Out
    smart the author by asking better questions than he/she raised in the book. Tell how the author could
    have made the book better or more appealing to those in your field of service. One way to begin this
    section is by stating what bothered you most about the book. This is not a place to provide an
    endorsement or affirmation of the book.
  4. ACTION. So what are you going to do about it? In no less than 2�3 page and no more than 5 pages
    for your entire paper.provide 3 action steps that describe what actions or changes you are going to make
    in your life, ministry, and/or work as a result of your reading. Action steps should be measurable and
    reveal a commitment to specific time, specific people, and identified steps.


  1. Please provide a Turabian style* title page, pagination, footnotes, and Bibliography.
    Share Jesus without Fear is a book by William Fay about sharing one’s faith with others
    without any fear and letting others know Jesus through you. William believes that the sole
    purpose of evangelism is obedience where one spreads the gospel and professes their faith to
    others because God commands it. The book is divided into three parts containing questions that
    can guide one or help him to confess their faith to others and help them make a decision on
    professing their faith and becoming saved. The fast set of questions is the five share questions:
    these questions guide the evangelist to guide the non-believer into a spiritual discussion from
    within. William Fay states that in order for one to be able to make the non-believer open up one
    silent to make him or her open and ready to discuss freely without pressing the Holy Spirit on
    him or her.
    The second part that guides a believer to convert a non-believer into a believer is the
    seven scriptures which are, Romans 3:23, Romans 6:23, John 3:3, John 14:6, Romans 10:9-11, II
    Corinthians 5:15 and Revelation 3:20. These scriptures help to bring the non-believer to realize
    that he or she needs Christ in their lives, the scriptures show the non-believer what he or she is
    missing by not believing in Christ. The third party and the last are the commitment questions
    these questions guides someone to accept Christ as their personal savior. Through these
    questions, one can come up with his or her confession about the wonderful things they feel after
    receiving Christ. In the last part of the book William talks about the questions that most people
    give about why they are not saved or ready to get saved, William urges us to face the questions
    head on without fear. 1

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Reading the book made me think about the reason am not saved, many believers have
preached to me but still am yet to be saved. The reason as to why am not saved is because every
time I think or decide to get saved I think of my friends and whether they would accept me if I 2
were to get saved. Getting saved to me seems like the last option because I think it prevents me
from living my teen years fully. The worst scenario is making my friends believe in Jesus Christ
without coming out as odd, everyone needs friends in his teenage years in good and bad times.
As much as people say that Jesus will be with you during hard times it’s harder in the real life,
thus I find it better to stay with friends than salvation. Getting saved now as a teenager seems
harder to me than when I will be married and my forties the decision will be much easier than
now. When is older the decision to get saved becomes much easier to make since one has lived
most of his life compared to being asked to get saved as a teenager.
Reading the book has helped raise some better questions to ask as a teenager such as is it
possible to be cool even after getting saved? The author only asks basic questions without
considering that people are going through the different thing and have different ages. Being
young, one has not experienced a lot thus in order to make a teenager to get saved how can one
convince him or her without making them feel as if they will miss out on a lot in their lives
compared to their unsaved peers. The author also does address the life getting saved as this is the
hardest part one encounters a lot of temptations after getting saved. He should have addressed
how to keep one’s faith strong no matter the situation. How to still live life while being saved?
The life of a believer seems boring and not fun at all; the author should have addressed the issue
of having fun as a believer. If one is to get saved when still at a tender age one needs not to feel

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left out, other non-believers are out there having fun, so the book should have mentioned ways
how one can learn to have fun as a young Christian.
Have a positive mindset about salvation this is the first step I will take in my life as a step
towards salvation. Having a positive mind on the subject of salvation will make it easier for me
to make a decision on getting saved. Exploring on subjects that I find harder to accept, such as
sex until marriage, using the bible I will be able to understand why sex before marriage is
forbidden and the rewards of waiting until marriage. Controversial topics for me will be the
biggest hindrance to salvation, knowing why and the rewards of following the rules and wants of
the Bible. Having conversations with believers will also be a step in getting a positive mindset
since it will expand my knowledge of the BIBLE. Also talking to other believers might get some
friend once I become a believer hence making my life complete. Having your mind ready makes
one open to conversation about getting saved and knowing how to accept a call from GOD.
Changing my ways, leaving old ways and adopting new ones will help when I choose to
abandon old ways and become saved. What makes it hard for someone to get saved is finding it
to leave his old life, friends and family before he or she gets saved. If one can be able to abandon
one thing at a time before getting saved making the final decision to be a believer will be much
easier, and the life after receiving salvation will also be better. Learning to study the BIBLE
rather than reading a magazine and irrelevant stuff on the internet will be one way I will change
my life. Also, I will try to convince a friend to choose the way of salvation this helps to make the
road to salvation less cold. Preparing my family for my new transition will be a step that I will
take towards changing my ways. Making my family know about will give an idea to whom to go
to for support and also to avoid speculation about why I have changed my life. Informing those 3

around me about my decision will avoid harsh judgment which making it hard to cope with the
new changes of being a Christian.
Knowing how to live the life of a fearless believer is the next step that I will take towards
improving my life. Living your life as a believer can be hard sometimes to the surrounding
environment such as seeing friends going to parties and memories of having fun. If one were a
strong non-believer, the life of salvation can very hard due to friends one had, memories and the
beliefs which one has. Changing one’s beliefs can be one way of learning to live the life of a
believer for example, if one believes that being a virgin is not cool. Changing such a belief will
help to live the life of abstinence, which is strongly urged in the BIBLE. One also has to know
how to come out to both believers and non-believers and profess his or her faith without any fear
as insisted by William Fay. Being young having body changes can lead to a lot of temptations
thus will need to look for a mentor who has passed through that stage to help through. Having a
person to hold your hand is better than just reading the BIBLE and depending on your faith to
keep you strong.
William Fay book is very good as it has helped in advising believers on how to keep their
faith strong and spread the gospel without any fear. As the biggest enemy of salvation is fear,
having fear of getting saved prevents more people from joining Christianity and the fear of
professing one’s faith denies others the opportunity to listen to a message that might help them
make a decision on the life of salvation. Making a decision to get saved while still young can be

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very hard but after making that first step things will easily fall in place and things will seem as if
they never changed.



Fay, William, and Linda E Shepherd. Share Jesus without Fear. Nashville, TN: Broadman &
Holman Publishers, 1999.

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