My antenna is always up for ways and means to engage people of another worldview in meaningful, non-confrontational conversation. In case yours is too, I thought I would pass along a terrific resource from Jeff Myers of Bryan College and Summit Ministries, by way of Sue Bohlin at Probe Ministries.
Four "killer questions" to help anyone think critically:
What do you mean by that? (In other words, define your terms.)
Where do you get your information?
How do you know that's true?
What if you're wrong?
To understand how these questions work, read Sue's excellent article here.
My hunch is that these four "killer questions" have the potential to revolutionize how you interact with someone from another belief system. What I wouldn't have done to have them in my arsenal four years ago when moving to Utah! Like Sue wrote, "Sometimes, the kindest thing we can do for people is gently shake up their presuppositions and invite them to think."
Note #1: Probe Ministries has an outstanding 12-minute podcast, in case you're not able to catch the program on KEYY weekdays 4:25 a.m. and 4:44 p.m. (MST).
Note #2: Researching her article led me to discover not only is Sue Bohlin a great writer/thinker/speaker, but a calligrapher to boot. Feast your eyes on some of her beautiful work here.