We see throughout the Apostle Paul’s ministry that he began with what his listeners were familiar with when he introduced people to Christ. When he spoke to the Jews, he began with Jewish history. And when he spoke to Greek philosophers, he established common ground by pointing out what they agreed on about God. However, in both cases, he moved his message to Jesus and focused on the resurrection. When sharing the Good News, it is important for us to begin with what our audience is familiar with and then move them toward a decision about Jesus Christ.