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Friday, November 08, 2013

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Eva Marie

As an Evangelical I was well-equipped to share my faith with simple and effective tracts (four spiritual laws, knowing god personally, Romans road, etc.). But as a Catholic, I've had a hard time reducing my evangelistic conversations down to any simple rubric or talking points. Are you aware of equally simple ways to communicate the Catholic faith in a bite-sized, manageable portion?

Of course I like to customize my conversations based on the interests and struggles of those with whom I'm speaking, but when just generally describing my faith, I typically use this (rough) approach:

1) Jesus really existed, was killed, and Resurrected (alongside various ways of demonstrating this historically)
2) If Jesus resurrected, it's worth looking into what he said.
3) Jesus founded a Church, that He claimed never to leave
4) The Catholic Church is that Church

But I'd love for a simple and effective tract to demonstrate the veracity of our faith.

I haven't read this book (yet), but does it include a simple way to communicate our faith? Similar to Protestant tracts? If not, are you aware of any available online?

Thanks,
Eva

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