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  1. bpudsey
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Scary Evangelism
    January 25, 2019
    bpudsey
    Honest and thought provoking look at how witnessing occurs and how we defend the Christian faith. It is readable and presents the need for both heart ( relationship) and intellect ( arguments , reason) in the defense of the Christian faith.
  2. bookworm
    Pennsylvania
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great Read on Evangelism
    August 8, 2014
    bookworm
    Pennsylvania
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
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    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.
  3. Bookworm
    Age: 25-34
    3 Stars Out Of 5
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    December 7, 2013
    Bookworm
    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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