Advocacy Apologetics: Finding Common Ground
Written by Rusty Wright
As you examine your life, can you think of any lessons you wish you had learned earlier than you did?
I’m really glad I learned this lesson very early in my career as a Christian communicator. It’s made a world of difference.
God has graciously sent me presenting Christ and biblical truth on six continents before university students and professors, on mainstream TV and radio talk shows, with executives, diplomats and professional athletes.
He’s put me speaking in university classrooms and auditoriums, in embassies, boardrooms, and locker rooms. He’s had me writing for mainstream newspapers, magazines, and on the Internet about controversial subjects like sex, abortion, the afterlife, and reasons for faith.
As you might imagine, I’ve encountered many skeptics and objections to faith. I’ve learned much from my critics, the unpaid guardians of my soul.
But if I hadn’t learned this crucial lesson at the outset, would all those outreach doors have opened?
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