Talk

Building Bridges to Unbelievers

Description

The apostle Paul built bridges to his Gentile audience. For instance, he used the illustration of the rain from heaven and crops in their season given by the Creator God when addressing the farmers in Lystra. He also addressed the religious beliefs in Athens from the starting point of the altar to the unknown God. But what bridges do we have in contemporary, ultramodern European culture? Secular society has a very different world vision to the Christian one. This talk thinks through four possible bridges which may enable unbelievers to grasp the plausibility and credibility of the Christian faith.