Talking About Jesus Without Looking Like an Idiot | Ep. 73

Learn how to fearlessly share your faith in this talk with Andy Bannister, author of “How to Talk About Jesus Without Looking Like an Idiot.”

Many people are reluctant to share their faith because they are afraid of looking like an idiot. Fortunately, there’s a helpful new book out called How to Talk About Jesus Without Looking Like an Idiot

In this episode of the podcast I talk with the author of this book, Andy Bannister, about how to grow past being an ‘undercover Christian’ at work, school, and other places outside of church.

We talk about how  a right understand of our role in evangelism relieves anxiety about sharing the Gospel, the power of asking good questions, and how we can point people to Jesus more frequently in our conversations.

Enjoy this conversation with Andy Bannister to hear his tips on how  we can have natural conversations with friends, family, and even strangers about our faith.

Watch Our Conversation

Listen to the Conversation

Enjoy this episode?
Be sure to subscribe & Leave a Review!

Listen on Stitcher
Amazon Music
Listen on iHeart Radio
Listen on Spotify

Meet Our Guest

Dr. Andy Bannister is the Director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity, speaking and teaching regularly throughout the UK, Europe, Canada, the USA, and the wider world. From universities to churches, business forums to TV and radio, he regularly addresses audiences of both Christians and those of all faiths and none on issues relating to faith, culture, politics and society.

Additional Resources

Pick Up A Copy!

How to Talk About Jesus Without Looking Like an Idiot: A Panic Free Guide to Having Natural Conversations About Your Faith

Learn how you can grow past being an ‘undercover Christian’ at work, school, and other places outside of church. This book covers the main fears people have in regards to evangelism, how to overcome those fears, and how to engage others with natural conversations about Jesus.

Read the Transcript

1 comment
  1. I’m an atheist from Seattle, so probably not your target audience. But since you’re talking about Christians and non-Christians discussing interesting topics, I’ll bring up a problem I’ve had. I like to chat about Christianity, but it’s hard to find opportunities. You’d think that I’d be deluged with opportunities, but it’s just crickets. I’ve done the Alpha course maybe 5 times and am always politely welcomed, and I’ve gone to a couple of adult Sunday school classes, but that’s about it. Even at my blog (about Christianity and atheism), I don’t get many Christians willing to chat, though I try to make it a welcoming place. Any suggestions for more productive ways of engaging with Christians?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

PS: Check Out The Latest Video:

Keep up with our latest videos — Subscribe to the YouTube channel!