When is it appropriate to share your religious faith with others? There was a pretty heated argument about this on another forum. The question was mostly directed to athiests. I'd like to include anyone of any faith. The OP of that forum listed some methods that have been used to get the 'message' across: -Knocking on doors -Passing out written materials -Inviting friends to religious services -Telling friends about your beliefs, with or without invitation -Mission trips to share beliefs and do good works -Faith-based movements or attempts to change laws or politics, from the Puritans to Dr. Martin Luther King to pro-life groups -Sharing beliefs with someone who is in distress -Faith-based help projects such as homeless shelters that require text studies, hospitals with religious ministries to patients, drug treatment programs (e.g., Scientology's Narconon), etc. -Pointing out weaknesses or faults in someone else's beliefs -"Slacktivist Witnessing" - e.g., holding up signs at football games, religious graffiti, T-shirts, etc. -Other?? The assumption is that utilize these do so in a polite manner. What's your take on these?