This article is an attempt to respond to the need for responsible evangelism in a postmodern plural society. This is a tremendous challenge for evangelism to be responsible both to the Christian tradition and the social context. The article interprets the context as a text - an infinite text with continuous différantial referring - and therefore this context obliges one to reread the texts of tradition with an acute awareness of différance. This awareness of différance opens a space not for strong truths of presence and absolutes, but for a messianic expectation or a messianic hope. This messianic hope creates space that is pregnant with expectation for justice and democracy to come through radical hospitality. The messianic way is a way of life that creates space for the other and in that way it is a way of being an evangelistic community.