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  • M Taylor posted an update 2 weeks, 2 days ago

    “Persuasive Apologetics” by Jeffrey Robinson is a great read for anyone wanting to improve their skills for Christian apologetics in today’s highly charged religious and political culture. Some of the many great points the author makes include:

    – Reasons why Christians have a duty for presenting the Christian worldview to others.

    – Doing apologetics in a loving way without compromising your convictions (very good coverage, especially in today’s culture).

    – Common pitfalls to becoming an effective Christian witness.

    – Suggestions for loving others well and resulting of earning an audience with others.

    – Description of apologetics tactics.

    – Ways Jesus Christ used apologetics in the New Testament.

    – Addressing hypocrisy in the church when mentioned by someone in a discussion (hint: acknowledge that hypocrisy does exist in the church without people using that as an excuse for not coming to faith in Christ.

    – Addressing various world religions.

    – Comparing Jesus Christ to other religious figures.

    Here’s what I like about the book:

    – Very easy to read and understand.

    – Very good footnotes for quotes and further study.

    – Not a simplistic or burdensome read (around 150 pages).

    – Good balance of spiritual and practical insights.

    – Appropriate for the pastor or layperson.

    Overall, a great read and recommended. I was given a review copy by Kregel in exchange for a fair review and appreciate the opportunity.