Philosophy is an amazing thing, and its also amazingly hard to describe. the simplest and most romantic definition is “the love of wisdom”, another clearer, but not as inclusive definition is “criticaly thinking about thinking”. Philosophy is also plagued with misconceptions, one that is probably not as prevalent but still important to dis-spell is that philosophy is anti-religious, it is not! but it is critical of it, because it is critical of everything, including the very Idea of being critical.
but one must be willing to take philosophy seriously, and seek it out. Evangelical Philosophy, on the other hand, is different is this regard. a good definition of Evangelical Philosophy is the practice making people think critically about thinking. it is not about everything that philosophy has to offer, but simply trying to make people think critically, and question even their most fundamental Ideas. It is for everyone because we need to be critical of who we are and we need to at least be reminded of why we stand for what we do.
Evangelical philosophy is also evangelical, in other words someone who is practicing it should be out pestering people with questions, speaking publicly, or convincing other people to aid them. otherwise whats the point of calling it evangelical philosophy?
I myself am an agnostic atheist, and I don’t think that fondly of how churches have been acting in the few past years. but I think this could be a serious benefit to the religious. If they can stand up to reason and still believe in god then they have a very strong faith, on the other hand, if they can not then I suppose they would have to abandon it, and that is scary to them. However this is exactly what is needed. People need to be aware of just what they believe, that is the entire point.