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March 31, 2022 at 6:45 am
I used to protest outside our State’s largest abortion clinic, by holding a sign that showed Jesus crying and pictures of aborted babies while singing “Jesus loves the little children” and “He is Lord … every knee shall bow….” I was occasionally threatened and ridiculed but it didn’t bother me. Then most of the prolife movement decided protesting outside abortuaries was to be considered abusive, and we ought to retain only the crisis pregnancy centers. This experience led me into a deeper exploration of apologetics but even Greg Koukl’s lessons and materials (and later yours) have not given me the courage to live transparently. I am amazed there are 28% of Christians who are practicing discipleship and living in a discipline community. I rarely meet any of them. Should we all act like Ray Comfort? I started reading “Unsilenced” to my mend group