Apol 104 Db2

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Discussion Board 2 First we should start up a conversation with them. Take time to ask them about their background, beliefs, interests, or other things of that nature. “Understanding a person’s worldview can help you to communicate with them better as well as help you understand what they believe and why they act in certain way.” (Gutierrez & Weider, 2011, p. 66) Make sure you are actively listening. After that, the conversation could be led to beliefs or common backgrounds. At this point tell the person your beliefs in detail. Usually people are willing to listen you what you have to say when you are willing to listen to what they have to say. People with Islamic views are going to have complications when trying to talk with them.…show more content…
It is kind of hard to step into their shoes, so to speak. I believe God will give us clarity on these types of issues. You have some great points about the second law of thermodynamics, but even if a good relationship is built some people are just not going to listen. 1 Timothy 4:16 says it best, “Watch your life and doctrine closely. Persevere in them, because if you do, you will save both yourself and your hearers.” If they do come to realize that there actually is a God then we need to be prepared with more knowledge for questions like why would God love

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