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Apologetics vs. Evangelism?

Expanding the horizon of "evangelism" First, a note about how you frame evangelism. Evangelism is broader than "preaching of the gospel with Spirit and power" which smacks of the ...
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What cautionary advice have evangelists given that address Gandhi's concern about "Rice Christians"?

What cautionary advice have evangelists given that address Gandhi's concern about "Rice Christians"? To what extent have evangelism-training leaders (or great evangelists) already noted ...
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What cautionary advice have evangelists given that address Gandhi's concern about "Rice Christians"?

Rice Christians and Modern Racism I come from that third world poor country, which ranks among the top starving nations. From what I have read from early Missionary books, and from experience, I can ...
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Apologetics vs. Evangelism?

Fallacy of Logic There is a fallacy of logic called the Either/Or Fallacy. Understanding of this reveals the fact that quite often there are more answer to a dilemma than "two" that were ...
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If a person thinks there is no afterlife, why should he choose to be righteous?

Dostoyevsky This famous and erudite Russian author attempted to tackle this important issue in hid book, The Brothers Karazamov. His famous quote was: Without God and the future Judgment (after life),...
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If a person thinks there is no afterlife, why should he choose to be righteous?

Only an unrighteous person would think they are, or could aspire to be, righteous. Yet the question wants to know how a person who does not believe in any life after physical death could view this ...
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If a person thinks there is no afterlife, why should he choose to be righteous?

Why does selfishness get to be the default? What moral intuition has ever told you this? What logical reasoning has ever concluded this? What person has ever hoped to be small and wicked and ...
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If a person thinks there is no afterlife, why should he choose to be righteous?

Christian denominations can turn to social science for measurable proof that being righteous produces positive results in the here and now. "Doing good is its own reward" may sound trite, ...
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Apologetics vs. Evangelism?

For Gospel-minded Christians, sharing the Gospel must be the priority. So yes, evangelism is typically the driving approach. Apologetics is then a tool that can be utilised in evangelism when specific ...
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If a person thinks there is no afterlife, why should he choose to be righteous?

The optimal policy to prepare for eternity is exactly the same as the optimal policy for living a good life here and now. Russell M. Nelson, the prophet and president of the Church of Jesus Christ of ...
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