I have been wondering, what is the definition of the term “witnessing,” as used in the discription of “Great Debates?” :confused:

It means to testify or proselytize.

This thread probably shouldn’t be in Cafe Society… maybe ATMB?

You might want to ask a mod to move it.

As for what witnessing is, I believe Aesiron is correct, testifying or proselytizing your religious beliefs.

Apologies to members this question was meant to be posted to “General Questions.”
Would a moderator please move this ?

Aesiron and FilmGeek,
Thank you both for your replies.
FilmGeek our posts must have passed like ships in the night.

Acts 1:8 (New International Version)

Jesus was telling His disciples to do this-n-that, and by doing so they would become His WITNESSES. Therefore, to testify or proselytize or whatever is called “witnessing.”

So moved. Since this thread is not witnessing, but is asking a General Question about what witnessing is, it’s OK for General Questions forum.

For future ref, you’ll probably get faster reaction from a moderator if you hit the “report this post” button. Otherwise, it’s sort of catch-as-catch-can.