Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions
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1. To learn more about what the person believes, ask: “What do you mean by that?” --It clarifies the claims the person is making and its provides a good conversation starter.
2. To make them defend their own views ask: “How did you come to that conclusion?” -- It clarifies the reasons for the person’s ideas. -- It makes him bear the “burden of proof”
3. To uncover a flaw, begin your question with: “Can you clear this up for me?” -- It challenges a weakness or contradiction in their view -- It uncovers a flaw with a question rather than a statement, and encourages them to think through what they believe. 4. "Have you ever Considered this...?" Share your viewpoint.