Renowned apologist and evangelist Ravi Zacharias has gathered a collection of essays into a book called Beyond Opinion: Living the Faith We Defend. Together, the collection of essays, says Zacharias, “suggest a new vision for Christian apologetics in this century.” David Limbaugh, a former skeptic of Christianity, praises this new, 384-page work:
I found “Beyond Opinion’s” approach to be different from most other apologetics books, which are written to and for the skeptic or to the believer who wants ammunition to reinforce his faith. “Beyond Opinion” is written more for the apologist himself — as a veritable handbook on how to approach the nonbeliever, wherever and however you may find him.
In his introduction, Ravi Zacharias tells us that he has learned over the years in his apologetics and evangelistic ministry that reaching people sometimes requires more than just answering all of their questions with “logic, Scriptures, personal stories, poetry” and the like. To be an effective apologist, you have to understand “how to relate to the questioner and how to make sure that the answers are couched in a relevant context.”
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