Randy Frazee and Hemant Mehta on Christians and Atheists

Randy Frazee, senior minister at Oak Hills Church in San Antionio, Texas, hosted a fascinating conversation this weekend about Christians and atheists. He invited Hemant Mehta, a blogger and author known as the “Friendly Atheist,” to join him for a discussion about what Christians are doing right in their interactions with atheists, what they’re doing wrong, and how they can do a better job of meaningfully connecting with unbelievers.

Here’s the video of the conversation:

It’s an exceptionally cordial but honest conversation. What’s your reaction to what Hemant has to say? Do you or your church welcome interaction with atheists, and if so, how do you think they would describe the way you talk to and treat them?

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