Roger Gelwicks

  •       Thanks, Justin, for explaining your approach to evangelism, especially in working with those of other religions such as those of the Muslim persuasion.  I think your view of Christianity has...

  • Well, Dan, I think you miss the point of other religions, again.  Other religions don’t have a grading scale as to earning God’s favor.  Muslims, for instance, believe in the perfection of God,...

  • Thanks, Dan, for the comment.  I don’t mean to be crass or mean spirited, but you apparently know little or nothing about other religions.  Christians themselves, have characterized all other...

  • Thanks again, Isaac, for your concern.  Perhaps you didn't catch my comment to you.  I'm good with God, in fact very good.  As David, felt and assumed God's love radiating from the God of creation...

  • Thanks, Greg, for graciously giving the readers of your article the opportunity to respon.  You have been generous in your response to the different viewpoints presented.  You have had quite a...

  • Hi Izaak.  It’s been good talking with you.  I’ll not comment on all of your remarks in this last response.  But I will respond to your last paragraph.  You wonder how one who believes in the God...

  •      Thanks, Izaak, for your further input, as to why Christians fail in sharing Jesus Christ with others, even why you, yourself, have failed.  Greg, the author of this article, might do well to...

  •      Hey, Izaak.  I’m a little confused.  I seem to have two responses from you.  There’s one response here on the website, but another, and different one, where I receive notification in my email...

  •      Thanks, Greg, for the continuing dialogue.  I would question the value of the “Scriptural Reasoning” approach, at least to an evangelical effort.  Such an approach appears, to me, to be more...

  • Thanks for an interesting conversation on the topic of Christian evangelism in the public arena.  Greg, in your above article, you wonder why evangelicals (or even classically minded Christians)...