Questioning Evangelism

If good questions help us understand others, shouldn’t we employ their use when talking to someone about their faith? On today’s broadcast, authors Randy Newman and Glenn Lucke tell Dennis Rainey how questions, when properly asked, can help to evangelize others.

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Meet Series Guests

Glenn Lucke

Glenn Lucke graduated from Dartmouth College and served as a campus minister at Harvard before working on the staff of a large church in Houston. He earned his M.Div at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando and his Ph.D. at the University of Virginia. He co-authored Common Grounds: Conversations About Things That Matter Most (2003) and is the creator of Docent Research Group, which provides customized research for pastors, churches, and parachurch organizations. He has been doing sermon research and consulting pastors on constructing their sermons for ten years.

Randy Newman

Randy Newman has been on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ since 1980, and is currently ministering in and near Washington, DC. He is the author of Questioning Evenagelism and Corner Conversations.