Deeper Waters: How To Talk To A Skeptic

Broadcast in Religion

Call in to speak with the host

h:143825
s:6037483
archived
Grok Radio

Grok Radio

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Grok Radio.

GROK RADIO NOW STREAMING LIVE 24 HOURS A DAY!
http://www.cyiworldwide.com
GET THE GROK RADIO APP!
FREE
For your i-phone/Pad, Android smartphones and Tablets!
http://grokradio.conduitapps.com/landing/

My guest this Saturday is Donald Johnson to talk about his book "How To Talk To A Skeptic."

Donald J. Johnson is the president of Don Johnson Evangelistic Ministries, a non-profit organization dedicated to three main goals:  1) Boldly and creatively proclaiming the Kingdom of God through various means of mass communication. 2) Getting people to think about the big questions of life and sharing with them God's answers to those questions 3) Training and equipping believers to share and defend the gospel. To accomplish this mission, Don preaches at churches, colleges and other types of evangelistic outreach events around the world, hosts a call in talk show, and writes for web and print publication. He also offers training seminars to churches and college campus ministries and enjoys hosting open forum events for seekers and skeptics.

Don has served in vocational ministry since 1993, including extensive experience as an inner city youth worker and young adult pastor. He has a B.A. in Theology, Missions and Intercultural Studies from San Jose Christian College, an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, and an M.A. in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He has also done graduate work in the evangelism program at Multnomah Seminary and the philosophy of Religion program at Talbot School of Theology. He enjoys hosting tours of the Holy Land and spending time with his wife and four children. His latest book was just released by Bethany House and is called How to Talk to a Skeptic: An Easy to Follow Guide for Natural Conversations and Effective Apologetics.

Comments

 comments