A recent Barna study, titled Spiritual Conversations in the Digital Age, reports that many Christians agree that “technology and digital interactions have made evangelism easier.”
The report states that about three in 10 Christians have shared their faith with non-believing friends and acquaintances on social media (h/t Christian Post). More precisely: 28 percent of Christian respondents indicated that they use social media to share their faith with non-Christians. And 58 percent of non-Christian respondents reported that a Christian shared their faith with them online.
Respondents also indicated, surprisingly, that many Christians are just as likely to share their faith online as they are to share their faith in-person.
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