Ever wondered about how to talk with believers who disagree with your beliefs without compromising sound doctrine? In this remarkably clear presentation, Norman Geisler, one of the nation’s leading apologetics experts, teams with Reasoning from the Scriptures president Ron Rhodes to explore the well–known saying “In essentials, unity; in nonessentials, liberty; in all things, charity.”
Beginning with essential doctrines such as the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture, Christ’s deity, and 14 others, Conviction without Compromise provides solid scriptural defenses while showing how various movements have moved away from historic, biblical Christianity.
Then the authors show why Christians can disagree agreeably about more than a dozen important but nonessential beliefs such as the nature of spiritual gifts, the role of women in the church, and the nature of sacraments.
Finally, the section on charity highlights some “rules of engagement” and explores lessons learned from church history.
A must–read for Christians who care about sharing their faith.