Because of my Street Preacher Survival Guide I was asked onto Moody Radio’s radio program called Up for Debate. My first debate and first time being interviewed like this on a radio program. There would probably be a few different things I would have changed (especially being more prepared for “do you believe in hell” question) but overall I’m pleased enough with how I did. But you can be the judge of that.[audio:http://www.nathancolquhoun.com/mp3/2013-04-06_Up_for_Debate.mp3]
I think I do need to better formulate my arguments of Street Preaching to better confront how Street Preaching is actually causing more people to go to hell than less rather than trying to explain to them how what they are saying has theological holes. If I go at it that way it may have a better impact to those who think Street Preaching is causing less people to hell and help them think better about why exactly they are doing rather than trying to change what they are saying.
Below is a series of posts of a conversation that I had with a local Street Preacher in Sarnia.
- Introduction: What To Do with Street Preachers in Downtown Sarnia
- Asking Them To Leave: Conversation With a Street Preacher Part 1
- Relationship over Preaching: My First Response to the Street Preacher Part 2
- Conversation with a Street Preacher: Part 3 And If I Can Accept The Trinity, Why Not Anything Else?
- Conversation with a Street Preacher: Part 4
- You Can't Afford to Be Wrong - Conversation With A Street Preacher Part 5
- Revealed Truth is Not the Bible, It's Jesus - Conversation With A Street Preacher Part 6
- Humans Would Never Publish The Bible: Conversation with a Street Preacher Part 7
- Street Preacher Survival Guide: A Downtown Sarnia First Friday Installation
- Part 8 - I Noticed You Are Associated With The Emergent Church
- Part 9 - Maybe We Both Can't Afford to Be Wrong
- Street Preaching Debate on Moody Radio