Category: Witnessing Tips (page 1 of 8)

Soundbite Witnessing Safeguards

SafeguardsAs we saw in the previous blog article, using soundbites in witnessing has a downside.

That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t use them.

However, it does mean that it’s important to establish some safeguards. Continue reading

The Negatives of Soundbite Witnessing

Thumbs DownAs we saw in the first two blog articles in this series, using soundbites in witnessing can be a very effective communication tool.

Unfortunately, it also has a downside. Continue reading

The Positives of Soundbite Witnessing

Thumbs UpIn the context of religious dialogue, soundbite witnessing means sharing or defending one’s faith through the use of short, memorable statements, questions, or quotations.

Let’s look at some of the positives of soundbite witnessing. Continue reading

Using Soundbites to Communicate

Reagan at Berlin WallWhat type of rhetoric do you find more persuasive—long, carefully crafted arguments or concise, easy-to-remember soundbites?

By “soundbites,” I mean brief, catchy comments or sayings that convey the essence of your message and stick in the minds of your audience. Continue reading

Refuting Watchtower Arguments: “Only Jesus Went to Heaven”

Jesus in heavenThe Watchtower has a number of arguments to convince you that in Bible times, only Jesus went to heaven. Continue reading

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