TACTICS GREG KOUKL EBOOK

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Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions by Gregory Koukl. Read online, or download in secure ePub format. Editorial Reviews. Review. With the advantage of a lifetime of experience, Greg Koukl has Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Religion & Spirituality. Read "Tactics A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions" by Gregory Koukl available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first.


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In Tactics, Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to artfully regain control of conversations, keeping them moving forward in constructive ways. DOWNLOAD PDF eBook Free Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions By Gregory Koukl Full version #EPUB. In a world increasingly indifferent to Christian truth, followers of Christ need to be equipped to communicate with those who do not speak their language or.

By the power of God, the gospel transforms.

And with Jesus at work, arguments convince. God is happy to use each of these methods.

I have a bit of an aversion to books on apologetics. Somehow grace and apologetics do not seem to go together as they ought.

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This is a book that promises to teach a new method, a respectful method, of defending the faith and of attempting to convince others of the truth of Christianity. This is not an apologetics text, as in a book that will compare and contrast various apologetic methods; instead, it is a guide, a book that seeks to lead the reader into a new method of sharing his faith with others.

I want to give you a game plan, a strategy to get involved in a way you never thought you could, yet with a tremendous margin of safety.

You may know nothing about answering challenges people raise against what you believe.

You may even be a brand new Christian. I am going to introduce you to a handful of effective maneuvers—I call them tactics—that will help you stay in control. Greg Koukl, who holds two MA degrees in both apologetics and philosophy, is a professor and public figure who debates about religion, worldviews and culture.

I think he is right. My wife reminded me that he is taking a leaf out of Norman Vincent Peale's book - How to win friends and influence people. People like to talk, and Peale's approach does that.

This book encourages that also, in a directed fashion, and getting the other person to justify and perhaps question their own stance, rather than a frontal attack, and shoving our own ideas down their throats.

He points out that arguments are good things when done in the right way. It is necessary for clear thinking. His two main questions are - "What do you mean by that?

He points out that little knowledge is needed to use this approach, and one can withdraw to brush up for another day, not having put anyone off, rather having been inquisitive. Gregory goes on from there to describe various opposing tactics and scenarios with accompanying counters.

Clear thinking and sticking to one's own ideas rather than being sucked into or suckered into the opposing paradigms is needed. Altogether, this is a worthwhile book, and aids in the ongoing conflict between truth and the world's ways.

Yes or No An Essential Tool for Everyday Apologetics By rob, Oct 24 Tactics is a unique book on Christian Apologetics as it deals with a very overlooked aspect of sharing your faith, namely the uncertainty of what to say. When talking with unbelieving friends it is always tempting to just dump a load of information on them, such as just using for example the Kalam Cosmological Argument for the existence of God as soon as the topic of God comes up, and then be surprised when the argument makes no impact whatsoever, despite your vigorous support for each premise.

This book does not replace arguments for the existence of God or arguments for the historicity of Jesus' resurrection but rather teaches the reader how to control the flow of conversation, so that you can give the arguments you intend to use the proper context within the conversation, thus maximising the effect of the argument.

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Koukle also gives a very useful strategy for how to respond to unbelieving assertions without appearing dogmatic, yet still exposing the flaws in such assertions assertions such as "there is no absolute truth" and "I'd believe if there was evidence for God, but there isn't any".

Ultimately Tactics gives a new way of conversing with unbelievers which is both very friendly and exceedingly effective, all the while being a very interesting read.Maybe they have never been exposed to such excellent information.

Rather, I want to draw them out, to invite them to talk more about what they think. For one, trying to make your case with another person, even if done carefully, brings you dangerously close to having an argument.

Koukle also gives a very useful strategy for how to respond to unbelieving assertions without appearing dogmatic, yet still exposing the flaws in such assertions assertions such as "there is no absolute truth" and "I'd believe if there was evidence for God, but there isn't any".

Nothing fancy is required; the simple gospel does the trick. DOWNLOAD PDF This page is intentionally left blank In a society filled with so much anti-Christian rhetoric, there is no better book to equip Christians to think clearly, soundly, and inoffensively in the face of the devices employed today in opposition to the Christian faith.

As it turned out, while taking questions from the audience afterward I was able to give more detail about the gospel, but only after I had laid the groundwork by making the message not only sensible to them, but reasonable.

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