Connecting Christ Paperback
How to Discuss Jesus in a World of Diverse Paths
by Paul Louis Metzger;
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Connecting Christ encourages believers to be not only better communicators and witnesses but also listeners to people of other worldviews and traditions--skills that are crucial in defending against today's negative connotations and ineffective approaches associated with Christian evangelism.
With extensive commentary from leaders of various walks of faith and life -- from Judaism to Islam and Buddhism to atheism --theologian and author Dr. Paul Louis Metzger offers a spiritual compass to help navigate the intimidating yet critical dialogue of conveying our faith in Christ. Filled with practical guidance and insight into controversial topics, such as hell, fascism, and homosexuality, Connecting Christ reveals that there is a way of evangelizing that is neither disengaging monologue nor silent, lifestyle ministry but is, instead, an approach for evangelism and dialogue to go hand-in-hand.
We must remove ourselves as the stumbling block to salvation for others and embrace a way to proclaim the uncommon, compassionate God revealed in Jesus Christ--the Savior this world is dying to know.
Connecting Christ by Paul Louis Metzger was published by Thomas Nelson in May 2012 and is our 1613th best seller. The ISBN for Connecting Christ is 9780849947247.
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|Page last updated||7th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Paul Louis Metzger|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (May 2012)|
|Number of Pages||352|