This however, is not for the faint of heart. It is a book whereby the author proposes to look at postmodern philosophy as a background to understand how to evangelize postmoderns. He is heavy on theory in the beginning of the book and for some folks that's a trip they'd rather not make. However, it is a necessary one.
The author emphasizes the importance of narrative and participation in the evangelism process - and for the author, it is a process. He would agree with Calvin that we were saved, we are being saved and we will be saved.
The only concern I have about the book is it's treatment of implicit faith, which the reformers have rejected. An example of implicit faith is the story of the paralytic man lowered through the roof where Jesus states that because of the faith of his friends, the man's sin was forgiven (Mark 2:5 NAS). It is something that I haven't thought about, but something I will consider.
Otherwise, great book!