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Alan shares how to continue a gospel-centered conversation with a friend or family member who says, “Enough of that!”
Jesus asked 284 questions during evangelistic conversations in the Gospels, and we should take a cue from our Master. Here are four reasons why questions are so powerful.
What would you say to a group of Palestinian Christians and Muslims if you had the chance to teach them theology and apologetics? Here’s what Alan did.
If you learn how to study well, you will not only learn more effectively, but you will also enjoy both the process and its fruit.
Alan talks about how every apologetic subject comes back to God and that often times it’s more prudent to discuss God’s existence rather than a secondary issue.
Recognizing that our beliefs and values all come back to God reminds us that He is our foundation. It all starts with the first verse, “In the beginning, God…” and all things follow from there.
Alan responds to the challenge that his work is misguided because he cares more about apologetics than the Gospel.
How do most Muslims become Muslim, and why is it difficult for them to convert to another religion?
The first thing we should focus on is the Gospel, but many times, people express doubts, objections, or concerns with Christianity. That’s when apologetics comes in.
When talking to your Muslim friends, the Gospel is offensive enough; don’t add any more offense to it.