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Consider the statement, “I’m spiritual, but not religious.” Our evangelists often hear this statement when evangelizing college-age people. Often, people in college believe in doing good and avoiding evil, and they think maybe there’s a God (or maybe not), but they don’t go to church or think anything having to do with religion is really important.
So, imagine you’re evangelizing at a college and you have the following conversation:
Evangelist: Hi, would you like a free rosary?
Other person: Sure, thank you!
E: No problem, did you know the rosary is a prayer?
O: It is?
E: Yeah, it’s a powerful meditation on the life of Jesus. Are you Christian?
O: Well, I was raised Christian, and I’m still spiritual, but I’m not religious.
So, what would you say next?
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