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Having Online Conversations Without Getting Angry

I received a question a few weeks back on my Instagram post related my video "3 Responses to the Claim that Jesus is a Recycled Pagan Myth." The question was, how can we have online conversations without letting them take... Continue Reading →

Atheist Role Play

It has taken me a few years, but I finally have an atheist role play recorded on video. This video was taken at a camp this summer with about 230 junior high and high school students. The video starts with... Continue Reading →

How do I share the Gospel with friends who are against Christianity?

What can you do when they ignore your statements about the Bible and won't go to church?

How should you have online discussions?

I normally don't have discussions on social media, but there are a few things to remember if you do.

How do you talk to people who won’t listen?

What do you do when you are talking with someone who doesn't care about facts, evidence, or logic? What if they only want to do what they want to do?

What happens to the unevangelized?

If you are interested in having me speak at your church, camp, or youth group, click on the Endorsements & Speaking page to see my list of topics. Then, contact me at Speaking Requests or email me at contact@coffeehousequestions.com. You can select a topic from... Continue Reading →

Are Christians only nice to convert people?

How can I start a conversation with an unbeliever?

Let's start with a different question. What is the best way to start any conversation? Ask them questions! Questions are extremely valuable in order to learn what the person believes and how they view life. This will help you know... Continue Reading →

How can I talk to Muslims? Podcast Interview

This 2-part interview was done with a good friend who is a missionary overseas. His main role is one of evangelism, and most of his conversations are with Muslims. He could not share his name or the country is is... Continue Reading →

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