Based on Romans 10-11, John Stott, in his commentary on Romans, delineates an eight-point evangelism manifesto, which is summarized as follows:
1. The need for evangelism: evangelism is necessary because until people hear and receive the gospel they are lost.
2. The scope of evangelism: the whole human race must be given teh chance to hear the gospel.
3. The incentive to evangelism: evangelism arises from the love and longing of the heart.
4. The nature of evangelism: evangelism is sharing with others the good news of Christ crucified and risen.
5. The logic of evangelism: evangelism demands the sending out of evangelists, so that people may call on Christ for salvation.
6. The result of evangelism: evangelism brings such blessings to those who believe, that it arouses the envy of others.
7. The hope for evangelism: evangelism has hope of success only if it rests on the election of God.
8. The goal of evangelism: evangelism introduces converts into the people of God, and so brings glory to God.