Tudor History is a gold mine for evangelism.
Porcine, flatulent Henry the 8th is on the throne. You are a prisoner in one of his foul-smelling dungeons and the vicious torturer is placing heavier and heavier stones on your chest. You are suffocating and the pain is unbearable.
Suddenly Jesus comes into the prison, disarms the torturer and throws him against the wall. He takes off the heavy stones. He washes your rank, rancid body and He heals all your wounds and then He leads you out of the malodorous prison.
You emerge into the warm summer’s day. Sipping a glass of refreshing beer you revel in God’s wonderful creation.
You have been rescued. Your sins are forgiven. This is the gospel.
- Doreen, the Altruist, is attacked by a Doberman Pinscher - February 20, 2024
- George Cadbury, Jim Skillen and Christian Responsibilities - January 18, 2024
- The Parable of Jack Leonard and his Hollywood Buddhist Faith - December 20, 2023