By - J. Warner Wallace - Cold Case Christianity
Last week I was in the Toronto area, speaking at the 2016 Apologetics Canada Conference. Afterward, several attendees told me they brought unbelieving spouses to the event and were encouraged when they saw a renewed interest in the eyes of their loved ones following our presentations. I could also sense the energy in the room. The attendees were were energized andinterested in the reliability of the gospel accountsdescribing Jesus’ life, ministry, death and resurrection. When a group is engaged and attentive, it’s easy to tackle detailed, thoughtful (and evenacademic) topics. Those who attended the conference in Toronto were up for the challenge, but they aren’t typical.
Not every church is interested in Christian Case Making (“apologetics”). If you’re trying to reach your local community or laboring to introduce apologetics into the life of your church, you’ve probably already discovered this. Our Christian culture is either unaware of the important discipline of Case Making, or uninterested. There are many times when the most important case I can make to a church is the need to make a case in the first place. Maybe you feel the same way. At this point in my life as a Christian Case Maker, I want to reach more than just those who are interested; I want to interest those who aren’t. If you feel the same way, consider the following approach:
To read the full article by J. Warner Wallace (which is excellent) Click Here: Reaching Those Who are Disinterested