Many Christians are finding that it’s getting harder and harder to engage in faith conversations with nonbelievers. With culture becoming increasingly hostile to Christian beliefs (particularly on morality), it’s natural to want to just slink away…but that’s not what we’re called to do. The good news is, it can be easier than you think to have fruitful conversations. Today on The Natasha Crain Podcast, I talk with Greg Koukl, president of Stand to Reason, about how Christians can learn to engage more effectively simply by asking good questions. We’ll show you how.
MENTIONED IN THE SHOW:
- Greg’s newest (must-read!) book, Street Smarts: Using Questions to Answer Christianity’s Toughest Challenges
- Greg’s organization, Stand to Reason
- Greg’s recent podcast episode, Decision Making and the Will of God
To listen, search for The Natasha Crain Podcast on your podcast player, and be sure to subscribe! If you don’t have a player because you don’t normally listen to podcasts, you can always listen to my episodes in your browser here.
Also, don’t miss this week’s episode of Unshaken Faith (my weekly podcast with Alisa Childers): “Responding to People Who Think Humans Are Good by Nature.” In that episode, we respond to the popular progressive (and unbiblical) idea that humans are fundamentally good…and that biblical teaching to the contrary is toxic and abusive.
Finally, don’t forget our Unshaken Conference is coming to Nashville on November 4! Get tickets and more information here!