Sunday, December 16, 2007

Great Questions to Ask an Unbeliever:

Here are some questions that I use from time to time when I encounter someone who is not a Christian:

1.What do you think happens on "the other side (when someone dies)?
2. What do you think God is like? (How would you describe His character)?
3. Do you think you could prove God exists?
4. Do you think God is angry with humanity?
5. Do you think God should punish murderers?
6. How would you describe your conscience?
7. Do you always listen to your conscience?
8. Do you ever think about death?
9. Are you afraid of dying? Why?
10. If you died tonight, where do you think you would go?
11. If there was a way to avoid death, do you think that you would be interested?
12. Who do you think Jesus was?
13. Do you believe in Heaven or Hell?
14. What do you think a person has to do to go to Heaven?
15. Why do you think God gave us the Ten Commandments?
16. If God gave you your life, do you think you should feel "indebted" to Him?
17. On a scale from 1 to 10, where do you think God fits into your life?
18. What do you think God requires of you?
20. What do you love most in life?
21. Have you ever read the Bible?
22. What do you think is the Bible's main message?
23. Would you consider yourself to be a good person?
24. Do you think you have kept the Ten Commandments?
25. What is stopping you from being born again right now?

Feel free to copy and paste this list and carry it with you. It might help jog your memory right before you go out to witness.

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