Saving Casper: A Christian and an Atheist Talk About Caring Versus Scaring Evangelism  -     By: Jim Henderson, Matt Casper, George Barna
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Saving Casper: A Christian and an Atheist Talk About Caring Versus Scaring Evangelism

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 6.00 X 4.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1414364881
ISBN-13: 9781414364889

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The authors of the popular Jim and Casper Go to Church are back! An unlikely friendship began when former pastor Jim Henderson brought atheist Matt Casper with him to visit a series of churches and give his honest feedback on the services. Since then, Casper has spent a lot of time deeply engaging with Jim and other Christians. And the burning question on everyone’s minds is whether Casper has been saved. In Saving Casper, Jim and Casper engage in a new conversation about that question. Most Christians have friends like Casper—people who’ve heard the gospel but still say no—so what happens next? Jim and Casper reveal the surprising answers to questions like: What can an atheist teach us about how to share God with those who don’t believe? What have well-meaning Christians said to Casper that has helped—or hurt—their cause? What, if anything, might bring Casper and other nonbelievers to faith . . . and why does Casper say he’s closer to God now than ever before? Saving Casper is a groundbreaking, game-changing look at evangelism and the “conversion conversation.”

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  1. Pennsylvania
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great Read on Evangelism
    August 8, 2014
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Saving Casper is one of those books that makes you sit back and reflect. While I was reading this book, I was reminded of many of the friends and fellow employees that I know because many of the reasons that Casper mentioned about converting people sounded very familiar. I have gotten into many interesting conversations with my best friend as well as others about why atheists resist converting to Christianity and many of them were the same that Casper mentioned in his book. Casper makes a lot of good points. I agree with him when he explained that when you tell people how you should live-it turns people away from Christianity. However, if you use your actions to show people that you care, it draws them and wants them to discover what your secret is. This is a great tool to teach Christians how to witness to those who are not believers because the advice comes from someone who is not a believer. This book will open the eyes of its readers to what makes a non-believer tick when it comes to witnessing as well as what is more effective in drawing non-believers to want to know more about Jesus and Christianity. I would recommend this book to any Christian who wants to know how they can talk to not only non-believers in general, but also their own non-believing friends and family.
  2. Age: 25-34
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    December 7, 2013
    Age: 25-34
    This kind of goes along with the writers' saying - Show-vs-Tell. It's wonderful to tell others the good news, but showing them through actions holds more weight.

    Show empathy for others, sharing love and forgiveness, these are things that make an impact.

    This story teaches how what we do and say impacts unbelievers, and makes you inspect yourself and your ways.

    A short read.
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