When you think of challenges that Christians face in reaching the culture with the Gospel, you typically think of issues such as atheism, agnosticism, or perhaps living in a place that predominantly adheres to a different religion, such as Islam.
On this episode of the podcast our guest Kyle Beshears argues that apathy is the great challenge that we have to face in our culture, as people are increasingly apathetic towards spiritual things.
Kyle is the author of Apatheism: How We Share When They Don’t Care, and in this conversation we will talk about the four conditions that lead to a culture to become ‘apatheistic’ and how we can seek to overcome those hurdles when sharing the Gospel with those around us.
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Kyle Beshears (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is teaching pastor of Mars Hill Church in Mobile, Alabama. He is also the author of the book Apatheism: How We Share When They Don’t Care and the forthcoming 40 Questions About Mormonism.
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Apatheism: How We Share When They Don’t Care
How can you share the gospel with someone who doesn’t care? As Western culture becomes increasingly indifferent to questions of faith, diverted by secularism, comfort, and distraction, believers encounter many people who don’t so much doubt God as they are apathetic toward Him.