In our rapidly changing society that is increasingly skeptical and sometimes intolerant, how can we effectively meet the challenge of demonstrating the good news of Jesus with truth and compassion through our lives and our ministries? In this week’s conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Sean McDowell. Sean is an Associate Professor in the Christian Apologetics program at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. Sean is also the co-host of the “Think Biblically” podcast and has one of the largest apologetics channels on YouTube. He has written a number of books, including “Evidence for Jesus.” Together, Sean and Jason look at some of the challenges that we have and the importance of understanding the culture around us when it comes to sharing the good news of Jesus. Sean also points out some key insights, including an often-overlooked component that is essential when it comes to sharing the gospel.
FrontStage BackStage Podcast Sean McDowell
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