Eternity in Their Hearts Topics for Discussion

Don Richardson
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What lessons can you learn from this book about doing research? What are the most reliable sources of insight? What are some challenges in doing research?

Why do missionaries go into dangerous and unpleasant situations? Do you think it is worth it to them?

How does the message of Jesus Christ seem to be written on the hearts of some people who have never heard of him? Give some examples.

Do you agree with Richardson's ideas? Why or why not?

Richardson discusses the relationships between various racial groups, including Jews, Gentiles, Caucasians, and Asians. Does he seem racist to you? Does he seem anti-Semitic? Explain.

What are some of the different ideas presented in the book about the origin of religions?

Consider a fictional population, perhaps from popular culture, such as those in Twilight, the Klingons, or even the characters of Peter Pan. Assume...

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