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I am working as a software engineer, all of my colleagues are non Christians they don't believe any thing with out proofs and reason.

How do i approach them with gospel (i.e what Jesus has done to man kind).

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Welcome to the site! I don't want to discourage you from participating, but this is a "pastoral advice" question, and doesn't fit with the site guidelines. I'd recommend taking a bit of time to read the FAQ to see what the site is meant for. (Hint - it's not an open Christian char room for advice, or questions about Truth, it's more of a place to learn about various aspects of Christianity from an academic standpoint.) You may be able to ask this type of thing in chat, though! –  David Stratton Dec 20 '12 at 4:44
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Hi Ramesh, sadly, yes, this place is more a seminary than a church. That said, a small bit of wisdom from St. Francis of Assisi - "Preach the Gospel at all times. When necessary, use words." –  Affable Geek Dec 20 '12 at 5:07
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I can't resist trying to be helpful... How to witness to an atheist: christiananswers.net/evangelism/beliefs/atheism.html Most atheists will resist and scoff, but not all. I was an atheist for most of my life, and only changed 12 years ago or so. There are a lot of preconceived notions that we ALL carry around with us. Atheist and believer. Getting someone to change their worldview that drastically isn't something a person can do. It's a job for the Holy Spirit - God Himself must intervene. –  David Stratton Dec 20 '12 at 5:23
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closed as not constructive by David Stratton, Affable Geek, El'endia Starman Dec 20 '12 at 5:43

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