Why Role Playing as a Skeptic in a Local Church is Effective in Teaching Apologetics

Here was a recent clip from a local church where I pretended to be a skeptic. I asked the congregation questions about what they believe and why they believe. You can’t always hear the congregant’s answers. I tried to repeat them so you can hear them. I think this is one of the most effective ways to equip people in apologetics. Why? Because most apologetic presentations are about giving out lots of information.  This approach puts the congregants on the spot and it causes them to come up with answers for things they have never thought about.