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Do you know unchurched Harry and Mary? He or she could be the neighbor who is perfectly happy without God, the coworker who scoffs at Christianity, the supervisor who only uses Jesus' name as a profanity, or the family member who doesn't understand the importance of religion. Lee Strobel's Inside the Mind of Unchurched Harry and Mary isn't a book of theories, but rather a plan of action to help Christians relate the message of God to the skeptics they live and work with. Strobel uses compelling personal anecdotes, humor, Biblical illustrations, and the latest research to help Christians better understand unbelievers and their motivations. The award-winning journalist is a former skeptic who now serves as a teaching pastor at the famed Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois.
©1993 Lee Strobel (P)1993 Zondervan

Critic Reviews

"A timely book - the ideal author. Hats off to Lee Strobel for a job well done." (Max Lucado)

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Great little book

This sure left me wanting more! I found this a delightful both in the content and the reading, very listenable, and make me think about some things I hadn't before. Won't change your life, but it could change your outlook.

In fact, I think I'll reload it soon re-listen to it.

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This book helps all Christians, especially long-time Christians understand the mind of those who are maybe hearing about and thinking about God for the first time.

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Really enjoyed the tone of this book.

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Very eye opening. I read it twice!

I enjoyed the entire book and have been able to understand (or at least focus on understanding ) others more.I was intrigued by the emotions and points of view in his marriage when his wife was a Christian following her faith and he was not. Living in a similar situation, it gave me insight and hope. It also has helped me make changes on how I reach out to new visitors in my church. I have red it twice and plan on a third go around because there is so much to chew on.

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  • 11-26-17

Great little book

I'll listen to this one over a few times, but it does provide good basics to have fixed in your mind before you embark on evangelical work.