Do work on your testimony, about half an A4 page, based on the 2 questions:
1. Why do you want to get baptised?
2. How has Christ impacted your life?
1. I want to be baptised because it is instructed of those who believe in Jesus.
2. In the past, I thought I could live without God (or gods, for the matter). After all, what if there weren’t any of these things? Wouldn’t my life then misguided? When I tried to lead a life that was essentially god-less, I realised two things about myself. Continue reading “Baptism Testimony”→
How do you counsel someone who’s hypercritical and proud of his/her use of logic, perhaps even to the point of categorically dismissing certain actions or norms?
How do you counsel someone who’s always looking for an opinion to guide his/her decisions?
With quick-fix theories and thinking tools
You tell him to get off his high horse and start being actually critical – i.e. to empathetically understand how different people understand and explain the world [(B) Analysis of real world] and critique them while recognising the limits of his knowledge and the normative assumptions [(A) Values/normative theory] underlying his “logic”.