Winsome Persuasion

by Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer     |     Book Summary


Author: Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Date: June 13, 2017
Pages: 190

Book Summary of Winsome Persuasion by Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer


Influence is mostly determined by popularity. It is easy to sway those who mainly agree with your position. Christians have enjoyed political popularity for many decades in America, but that is changing rapidly.

No longer are Christian ideals and principles held in the highest regard. Instead, many people oppose them as being archaic, restrictive, and even evil.

America has entered into a post-Christian era. How should Christians seek to influence others when they no longer enjoy popular consensus and support?

Winsome Persuasion seeks to help Christians understand their societal position as minority perspective holder and how they can still influence others to hear and adopt Christian perspectives to community problems.

All Christians would do well to read this book to learn to interact more effectively with those with whom we disagree.





Winsome Persuasion

by Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Winsome Persuasion by Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer

AuthorTim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer
PublisherInterVarsity Press
DateJune 13, 2017
Pages190


Overview:

Influence is mostly determined by popularity. It is easy to sway those who mainly agree with your position. Christians have enjoyed political popularity for many decades in America, but that is changing rapidly.

No longer are Christian ideals and principles held in the highest regard. Instead, many people oppose them as being archaic, restrictive, and even evil.

America has entered into a post-Christian era. How should Christians seek to influence others when they no longer enjoy popular consensus and support?

Winsome Persuasion seeks to help Christians understand their societal position as minority perspective holder and how they can still influence others to hear and adopt Christian perspectives to community problems.

All Christians would do well to read this book to learn to interact more effectively with those with whom we disagree.