Engaging with skeptics can be one of the most daunting tasks we have as Christians. On the one hand, we want to bring the skeptic to the truth, but on the other, we may not be so sure how to convince them.
What if I told you that there’s a very simple strategy that can help lead even the biggest of skeptics to the truth of Christ? It worked for me, and it will work for you too!
A Simple Tactic for Engaging with Skeptics
As godly parents, we have to be aware of today’s increasingly relentless attack on our children’s faith. Which is why it’s so important that we educate our kids in apologetics. The good news is that the truth is on our side. Here’s a point you can teach your kids for when they engage a skeptic who doesn’t believe in miracles. If it worked for me when engaging the president of American Atheists—David Silverman, it’ll work for you.
When discussing how the world began, regardless of what theory the skeptic wants to use, he eventually has to go back to the fact that something started from nothing or something always was. Either way, he’s got a miracle to deal with. Both make rising from the dead look like a piece of cake.
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