Join us for a fascinating conversation on the role of technology in the life of the believer. Tech is trying to take over our lives and it is here to stay. How do we approach this huge component of modern life? What are the risks and benefits? What are the subtle ways tech is influencing culture? Get ready to think critically and biblically on this most timely issue.
How are we to talk about Jesus to someone who does not believe the way we do? Very few of us feel comfortable articulating the truthfulness of Christ's death and resurrection to a peer outside of the church. Sometimes Christians feel intimidated by the objections of unbelievers who may say, "That's right for you, but not for me" or "That's just your opinion." This book provides questions, answers, and relational tips in overcoming these conversation stoppers. Join us to hear firsthand examples and stories of ordinary people who share the gospel while visiting nursing homes, throwing parties, renting out bars for open-minded skeptics, and more. Learn how to be winsome and confident in sharing the Gospel to nonbelievers.
Andrew McDiarmid is a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute. He also serves as a Media Relations Specialist and Assistant to CSC Director Stephen C. Meyer. He holds an MA in Teaching from Seattle Pacific University and a BA in English/Creative Writing from the University of Washington. His tech column at Newsmax, Authentic Technology, explores today's technology landscape and encourages readers to live authentically in the digital age. His writing has appeared in the New York Post, Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, The American Spectator, The Federalist, Real Clear Politics, Technoskeptic Magazine, and elsewhere.
Dave Sterrett is the president of Disruptive Truth. He authored or co-authored nine books, including the Wall Street Journal best-seller I Am Second, Why Trust Jesus, and We Choose Life. He co-authored The Coffeehouse Chronicles series with Josh McDowell and has equipped many churches across America in evangelism, bioethics, and apologetics. After graduating from Liberty University (BA in Religion), he was mentored by Dr. Norman Geisler at Southern Evangelical Seminary (MA in Apologetics). He studied ethics at the University of Dallas (MA in Philosophy) and published his thesis, Aborting Aristotle: Examining Fatal Fallacies in the Abortion Debate (St. Augustine's Press). Sterrett taught at Liberty University and Prestonwood Christian Academy before entering medical sales and cancer diagnostics.