Timothy J. Burbery on Ragnarök, an Extreme Weather Event & the Paths to Conversion
One way to foster evangelism is to reflect on conversion stories, and among the most inspiring of these are the accounts of how the Vikings came to faith. If ever there was a people group less likely, humanly speaking, to respond to the Prince of Peace, the violent, imperialistic Norsemen were it. Their storied navigational skills, which enabled them to discover North America centuries before Columbus, were matched only by the notorious cruelty with which they treated their victims.
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