Inside the Mind of Unchurched Harry and Mary

by Lee Strobel

Paperback, 1993





Who Are Unchurched Harry and Mary? He or she could be the neighbor who is perfectly happy without God. Or the coworker who scoffs at Christianity. Or the supervisor who uses Jesus' name only as profanity. Or the family member who can't understand why religion is so important. Inside the Mind of Unchurched Harry and Mary isn't a book of theory. It's an action plan to help you relate the message of Christ to the people you work around, live with, and call your friends. Using personal experiences, humor, compelling stories, biblical illustrations, and the latest research, Lee Strobel helps you understand non-Christians and what motivates them. The book includes: * 15 key insights into why people steer clear of God and the church * A look at Christianity and its message through the eyes of a former atheist * Practical, inspirational strategies for building relationships with non-Christians * Firsthand advice on surviving marriage to an unbelieving spouse… (more)


Zondervan (1993), Edition: Illustrated, 240 pages

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LibraryThing member bmetzler
I found this book mostly unhelpful. It seems like it would really be useful to understanding how to relate to the unchurched, but it's not. There are some interesting points, but mostly the book seems to be full of stereotypes that don't really help relate to the unchurched that I see in society
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today. Maybe it is just that being 20 years old the book is dated and no longer applicable.
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