How Do I Talk to My Atheist Co-Workers?

Episode 179 Show Notes 

How Do I Talk to My Atheist Co-Workers?

From the Show

How do we know if we are a Christian?

So, if you want to know if you participate in the body and blood of Christ, if you share in Christ it with all of his benefits, then take communion with true faith and look at your baptism, even if you don't remember your baptism. You were baptized. You're not clinging to the outward act of baptism and the Lord's Supper, any more than you're clinging to a preacher's words, but what you're clinging to is Christ, through the promise that he gives to you, and assures you have through these outward means. — Michael Horton

Questions in this Episode

1. I have heard you talk about how you think kids should come to the adult worship service. What do you think is the practical way to deal with kids who will lose attention and likely act out during worship?

2. How do you talk to people? I have a few coworkers who are atheists and I have no idea how to talk to them.

3. How can we read the Bible without letting our political commitments blind our interpretation?

4. Ephesians 4:11 says God has called some as apostles. I always thought that this verse taught that the apostle role is still active. How do you understand this verse?


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