Now I have a disturbing question.
Could it be that a lot of the subjects we want to hear about (apologetics, denominations, money making, pagan roots of holidays, even the Trinity) are due to the fact that Christians don't often act like Christians?
When there is nothing special about us – the way we love, the way we give, the way we serve, then questions about why we are different/not different abound. If we loved and lived the way Jesus loved and lived, would our friends "get it" more and start asking a different set of questions or maybe even just start following?
This question haunts me because I think I might be part of the problem, not part of the solution.
What do you think? Follow what I'm trying to say?