Have You Ever Thought?

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Have You Ever Thought?

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Everyone has a worldview, a set of presuppositions by means of which they interpret and understand the world. Worldviews are like spectacles through which we view the facts. If we have the wrong spectacles all the facts will be out of alignment. All the facts in the world are evidence for the truth of Christianity, but evidence only makes sense if you have the right framework. Unless we deal with a person's anti-Christian presuppositions, all the evidence in the world will not convince him of his error, because whatever evidence we present to him, he will interpret according to his unbelieving presuppositions. Christians in many Churches are constantly told from the pulpit that it is their responsibility to evangelise. More often than not this results in either guilt or frustration or both. The truth is, not every Christian is an evangelist. However, every Christian ought to be an apologist. Peter commands all believers to be “always ready to give an answer [an apologia, a reasoned defence] to everyone who asks you to give a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:1). My purpose on writing these dialogues is to encourage Christians to be ready to engage in such apologetics. All these dialogues relate some of my own experiences with unbelievers and some with believers. I have presented them in a conversational style because I believe this makes the subject more interesting and easier for the reader who is not used to studying.

Author: Fred R. Swarbrick

Paperback | 90 pages | £5.95 | ISBN: 978-1-909145-01-6

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