Books: “Challenging Conversations” & “Unquestioned Answers”

Challenging Conversations: A Practical Guide to Discuss Controversial Topics in the Church by Jason Jimenez

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you are looking for a book to help you understand how to discuss some of the controversial topics of the day, this one is worth reading. The author holds to a gospel centered view and shares some tips on how to have an open dialogue with others who might hold a different view.

Unquestioned Answers: Rethinking Ten Christian Clichés to Rediscover Biblical Truths by Jeff Myers

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you’ve been a Christian (or even if you haven’t) for any length of time, you’ve probably heard these almost cliché answers to various questions we might have had or even given these answers to people. But they often have really been thoughtfully looked at for what they might mean of if they are even true. Here are a few.

“Just have faith”
“Love the sinner, hate the sin”
“It’s not my place to judge”
“God is good all the time — All the time God is good.”

Myers addresses these and six other unquestioned answers by giving thoughtful and winsome responses to these unquestioned answers.

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