i would say evangelism isn’t about saving souls. the word itself lends this idea that someone is learning or being changed or being introduced to a new idea that is shifting the way they see their world. if that’s true, then evangelism is more about how we are changing and less about who we are changing. sure, in the conversational transfer there will be an apparent teeter-totter of thoughts and ideas that each person shares that will whet the appettite for more. evangelism is more a two way conversation and less a verbal terrorist attack of overspiritualized jargon. it becomes a humble exchange of ideas that drip from tongues and hearts. it is an exchange of discoveries where people share truths they find and how they allow those truths to unwrap and unfold. and the unwrapping and unfolding become naturally transformational because it is shared as a gift not as a obligatory token of forced ideology.