This week we're continuing our discussion of the perception that Christians show contempt for gay and lesbian people. We've talked about "Why does this perception exist?" and "Is it accurate?" - now, "How does God want us to respond?"
85% of young outsiders see Christians as "hypocritical". Why is this the case? Are they right? Is there something we can do about this perception?
Christianity has an image problem. This may not surprise you, but the questions it raises shouldn't be ignored: - Just what exactly do people think about Christians and Christianity? - Why do these perceptions exist? - Do these perceptions reflect reality? - And why do these perceptions matter - should they matter - to Christ followers? We'll look at data from studies of non-Christians around the country to help answer those questions, and take a hard look at ourselves to answer the more important question: Are we part of the problem?