A committed Muslim for twenty-seven years, Abdu Murray talks about the underlying reasons why people aren't open to honest conversations, focusing on emotional and intellectual barriers. He addresses how to deal with these barriers from personal experience, powerful books, and the example of Jesus.
Murray gives three keys to having conversations that count: asking open-ended questions, listening to the answers, and committing to evangelism. The goal isn't to win arguments but to make disciples. Christians must help people understand that while truth has a cost, it is worth paying.