How do we communicate the gospel in a non-Christian society? Can we expect people from his background to attend church services? How far should we make the message relevant to them? Kenneth Prior takes lessons from the example of the apostle Paul facing the same problems in Athens nearly 2,000 years ago. Highly motivated, he was willing to go where the pre-Christians were, to speak to them in language they understood, reaching them at their point of need. But his message was also clear and uncompromising, not sacrificing any aspect of Christian truth.