In our philosophically relativistic culture, telling someone that you believe in a universal truth is at best, weird, and at worst, offensive. How should Christians, who are commanded by Jesus to “go into all the world and preach the gospel” to everyone, live out and talk about their faith in a world that finds such conversations triggering.
Chuck and Aaron discuss the need for wisdom – to know where and in what situations it is appropriate to talk about deeply held ideological beliefs. They also talk about how relationships must be built so people don’t feel as if an explanation of Christianity given to them by a friend is an attempt to control them. In addition, Christians must believe in the gospel of Jesus enough to live lives that are attractive to non-Christians.