Using Christian Apologetics in Reaching Out to Postmoderns: Evangelism to a Culture of "Hipsters"
The purpose of this thesis project was to learn how to efficiently evangelize to Postmoderns, in particular Hipsters. This project does not attempt to define the philosophy of Postmodernism, but rather uses a trial and error process in order to find a core set of questions that can be memorized for any Christian going into an evangelism setting. The paper takes the reader through the demographics of Hipsters and the preparation for evangelizing to them. By using interviews, the thesis project aims to perfect the art of apologetics in an evangelism setting. Finally, the goal is to aid other Christians in evangelizing to Hipsters by developing an evangelism training guide that may be used for personal use or also in a Bible class setting. The reader must realize that there is no perfect evangelism technique nor “magic bullet” to convert someone. Nevertheless, this project seek to be a basis or starter for evangelizing Hipsters.