Are you frustrated with the beliefs and actions of those around you? When Paul arrived in Athens, he found a city full of disparate belief systems and worldviews. Some mocked him as a "babbler," while others listened intensely. Paul displayed a knowledge of their belief systems so that he could talk to them in ways they would understand. We are called today to the same approach. Knowing what someone believes helps us understand the motivations for their actions -- and even predict them. When we understand another's worldview, we can use the kernels of truth that exist to lead them towards the gospel. Join Man in the Mirror president Brett Clemmer and explore how Paul adapted his approach from the synagogue to the marketplace.
The Big Idea: Don’t be shocked when people act in a way consistent with their beliefs. Just share the truth in love.
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