My hope in writing this book is to help non-evangelists do the work of evangelists. I see evangelism more as a dialogue than a sales pitch and I want to help people know how to use questions to promote two-way conversations. In the first section I seek to help readers see why asking questions may actually be better than just giving answers. In the second section, I address common objections to the Gospel and offer suggestions of how to respond in conversational ways. The final section offers help to deal with emotional components of evangelism.
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In Questioning Evangelism, I demonstrated how to interact with people of other faiths with sample dialogues. Some people told me these were the most helpful parts of the book. So, I decided to put together longer dialogues on a variety of topics. Each chapter is a dialogue between a Christian and someone from another belief-system on a specific topic. My hope is that Christians will read it and learn ways to engage others and that non-Christians will read it and pursue a relationship with Jesus.
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Bringing the Gospel Home
Whenever I have spoken about evangelism, the number one question I get asked is, "How do I witness to my family." Often the question is posed with tears and anguish. So I decided to tackle this emotionally charged topic by focussing on the goodness of the gospel, the high priority of family, and the complexity of communication. My goal in writing this book is to offer people hope by pointing them to scripture and telling a variety of stories of others who have witnessed to family.
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