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September 27, 2007

The Point Radio: Preach It!

Al Gore is preaching repentance, so why aren’t we?...

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Want more ideas on how to share your faith?

Catherina Hurlburt, “How to express your beliefs while keeping your cool,” The Point, 28 September 2006.

Martha Anderson, “Lessons for the Church from Gettysburg,” The Point, 8 June 2007.

Chuck Colson, “The Great Commission,” BreakPoint, 30 November 1995.

Chuck Colson, “Practicing Pre-Evangelism,” BreakPoint, 9 September 1999.

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Carole Desaulniers

You make an excellent point. As Christians we need to step up to the plate and be as passionate about our cause as all these other groups are about theirs. Ken Boa made a point in his book, "The Gospel According to the Da Vinci Code" that really struck me. He pointed out the lukewarm response Christians gave a book that completely assaulted the foundations our faith, and compared it with the reaction of the Islamic world's response to Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses. Not that I would advocate issuing a fatwa against an author with an opposing world view, but the lack of reaction speaks volumes. Have we completely lost our ability to show righteous anger? Jesus taught us that there are times when our passionate disapproval is more than justified. We are accountable not only for what we do but for what we don't do.



A serious question: What do you think Christians should have done in reaction to The Da Vinci Code?


I agree with Carole. I am not liked sometimes for speaking the truth about the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but you know what, I am going to be unpopular and do it anyway. Some of my closest family shy away from me. I still hit with the truth of the Gospel in love.

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