This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
Religious people who attempt to talk to you about God have a right to do so (Matthew 28:18–20; Mark 16:15–20; Acts 8:4–8). It is a Christian's responsibility to take an interest in saving souls (Jude 23). Criticism of gospel preaching is scorn toward God (Acts 5:34–42; 1 Timothy 4:1–4).
However, don't just roll out the red carpet for every religious person who comes your way. I say that because false teaching exists (Isaiah 9:16; 2 John 7–11; Jeremiah 23:16–32; 2 Peter 2:1). The best protection against false teaching is to educate oneself in the word of God. One must invest time in the study of the Bible, so he can expose those who bring false doctrines (1 John 4:1; Acts 17:11; Revelation 2:2).
Not everyone that teaches false doctrine is an evil person. Many are the kindest and most courteous individuals you can ever meet. However, such matters not—they are stillfalse teachers (Psalm 119:104). Now you may say, "I don't know how or what to study." That's no problem. We have Bible study guides that we can give you, and it will teach you how to study the Bible. We also do home Bible studies as well, so there is no excuse for you not to begin studying. Just remember, if you don't start, the false prophets will deceive you (2 Peter 3:16–17; Romans 16:17–18).
Hope to hear from you or see you at the services.