In Arguing with Friends I claim that one of the mistakes that Christians often make when having these big life conversations is they tend to go back to their testimony. I briefly explain why this is the wrong approach, but this article does a fine job of expanding and clarifying the basic problem with that approach. The article is summed up nicely in this quote,
No matter how much that well-meaning pastor wants to make talking about Jesus easy, it’s not. It’s not rocket science, but it does take a serious commitment to learning why we believe what we believe.
And, of course, this quote is certainly insightful,
A million opportunities will be missed if we continue to play by the post-modernist’s rules and buy into the idea that our experiences and feelings are equivalent to objective truth.
Read and enjoy the entire thing!