Convincing agnostics is somewhat similar to getting chicks. You’re 80% of the path there if you simply dodge the truly serious mix-ups that a people make. A large portion of what you need to do is simply not be moronic. To start with, first understand that most skeptics can’t be convinced. People are excessively settled in their focal convictions to actually be ousted. Also, most agnostics just won’t be intrigued to converse with you about religion.
When you begin discussing tricks, offering amends penance and all that, they’ll feign anger. And proceed on ward to something that is more vital to them. So, this isn’t a guide on the best way to change over any skeptic. Or maybe, it’s a guide for how to convince those skeptics who can be convinced. Sadly, Christians just use inept methods, so it’s nothing new or unexpected. They move dismissed, here are some straight principles on things.
To keep away from, don’t cite the Bible, do you convert to Hinduism because someone cited the Vedas? Obviously not, an old, legendary book is only a book until after you admit the religion. Citing a book with as much pity and craziness as the Bible will make skeptics chuckle at you or blow up. It certainly won’t convince them, try not to imagine Christianity is ethically unrivaled. The skeptic presumably feels he is some ethical entity, and will feel offended. You disclose to him he is ethically sub-par for not being a Christian.
Also, the skeptic presumably realizes Christianity is among the fiercest religions ever. And spurs brutality and bias in its Scriptures, while different religions don’t. Religions like Jainism and Wicca lack such a vicious history or rough sacred writings. Try not to mention to cynic what they think, Christians regularly make statements. Like, how might you accept that a monkey brought forth a human, or that life jumped out of some dark goo? The skeptic presumably doesn’t accept any such thing, let him represent himself.
Cynics have a wide variety of feelings, much equivalent to Christians do. Stay away from the utilization of dangers, evade disclosing to them they’ll get lost if they don’t accept. That is no motivation to accept, it’s simply a danger of brutality, attempt to persuade skeptics with reason. Don’t psychologize, don’t profess to know why the nonbeliever accepts what he accepts.
Possibly, the nonbeliever denies God since he doesn’t perceive any proof, a similar explanation when you deny Vishnu and pixies. Try not to dodge genuine inquiries, agnostics may pose strong facts or inquiries. Considering that God is all-adoring and all-ground-breaking, for what reason does he permit so much blameless misery? Or on the other hand If God needed to uncover himself to us, for what reason did he do it through a confounding Bible? This prompted large number of parts in Christian religious philosophy, so that nearly none heard the disclosure effectively?
That just looks dubious, and it would appear that you haven’t got a handle on the ramifications of your own perspective.