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With absurd ideas like plug theory, which states that all countries have a plug which has to be protected lest the country flood, we are quick to dismiss the legitimacy of the idea and turn our ears off to hearing from the person. To some people who may not have heard of or are firm in their beliefs against it, the Gospel falls under this category of being absurd and easily dismissible. In this audio lecture, Randy Newman shares about the importance of using questions in evangelistic efforts.
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Randy Newman, Author, is the Senior Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism at the C.S. Lewis Institute. He has taught at several evangelical seminaries. After serving for over 30 years with Campus Crusade for Christ, he established Connection Points, a ministry to help Christians engage people’s hearts the way Jesus did. He has written six books, Questioning Evangelism, Corner Conversations, Bringing the Gospel Home, Engaging with Jewish People, Unlikely Converts: Improbable Stories of Faith and What They Teach Us About Evangelism and his most recent, Mere Evangelism. Randy has also written numerous articles about evangelism and other ways our lives intertwine with God’s creation. He earned his MDiv and PhD in Intercultural Studies from Trinity International University.