Adam Brooks: Is "Inclusivity" a Good Thing or a Bad Thing? How Do I Manage Friendships with Those that have Opposing Worldivews?
In Matthew 11:16-19, Jesus is accused of being a "friend of sinners". If I am meant to follow His example, does that mean that I should also have sincere friendships with individuals who have opposing worldviews?
Adam Brooks serves as a popular consultant to schools, corporations, and churches regarding a number of cultural issues. A native of Phoenix, his clients have included SRP, Arizona State University, and the Scottsdale Unified School District.
In today's Kingdom Culture Conversation, we tackle the issue of "inclusitivity", recognizing that Christians are often accused of being "exclusive". In fact, the phrase "lack of inclusivity" has been used as an accusation against churches and Christian organizations. Is that a fair perception? How did Jesus handle being "full of grace and truth" in His "friendships with sinners"?
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