If we want to present a case for Christianity to our friends and neighbors, we must be able to explain what we believe and why. When the apostle Paul brought the good news of Jesus to a society of pagan philosophers, he didn’t let his cultural context determine what he would say. Instead, he showed familiarity with his audience’s beliefs so he could give them a solid introduction to basic Gospel truth. Alistair Begg shows how we can still follow Paul’s example today.
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