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 accept their source of authority. Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to get in the driver’s seat, keeping any conversation moving with thoughtful, artful diplomacy. You’ll learn how to maneuver comfortably and graciously through the minefields, stop challengers in their tracks, turn the tables and—most importantly—get people thinking about Jesus. Soon, your conversations will look more like diplomacy than D-Day.
Drawing on extensive experience defending Christianity in the public square, Koukl shows you how to:
Initiate conversations effortlessly
Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively
Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking
Skillfully manage the details of dialogue
Maintain an engaging, disarming style even under attack
Tactics provides the game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace.
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Excellent starting point!
This book is an excellent starting point for anybody interested in Christian apologetics. Even for a non-Christian, it gives excellent tips for debating and lots of food for thought. It encourages analytical thinking and its principles can translate in many areas of our daily life. Not just apologetics.
This book is very well outlined. It takes you step by step through the thought process you should engage in and encourages you to start having conversations about the things that really matter.
The narrator did a great job. He kept you interested in the topic and it was easy to take notes to go back to.
I would strongly recommend this book to Christians and non-Christians alike. It is packed with good information and important steps to engage in healthy debates with others.
- Borincana "Book Maniac"
Smart yet kind approach to apologetics!
- GAINES "Me? I'm not who you think I think I am."