A practical guide for engaging those who profess to be confirmed nonbelievers. The author addresses many of the positions people take and demonstrates how to open up meaningful dialogue and identify the basic obstacles to an honest discussion of faith.A practical guide for engaging those who profess to be confirmed nonbelievers. The author addresses many of the positions people take and demonstrates how to open up meaningful dialogue and identify the basic obstacles to an honest discussion of faith.Read Less
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The book "Engaging the Closed Mind" helped me to rethink my method of evangelism and how to initiate conversations with the 4 types of non-believers we come in contact with.
As the Dan Story points out, our worldview is much different than it was a few decades ago, and as such our methods of evangelism and apologetics must change.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to share Christ as Savior and why it is we must have a Christian worldview.
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