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Chris Pinto: May 25, 2016

THE OFFENSE OF THE GOSPEL Chris discusses a new story about how the Archbishop of Canterbury has told Christians in the U.K. that they should not share their faith unless asked about it. The apparent context of his comments had to do with an ecumenical gathering of leaders from different faiths (Muslims, Hindus, etc.,) and so Christians were instructed not to offend the unbelievers. The U.K. Express reported, "Christians ordered to keep faith quiet ..." But is such an approach in keeping with a Biblical standard? How did the apostles witness in the first century? Did they keep quiet in the face of idolatry? Or did they speak against it? Jesus warned that believers would be hated by all men for His name's sake (Matthew 10:22). How is the Gospel being impacted by the politically correct ecumenical movement?

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Chris Pinto

Chris Pinto is an independent filmmaker and founder of Adullam Films, a Christian ministry dedicated to teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ through film and video production. His documentaries have given him a unique opportunity to travel the world and interview some of the leading experts on prophecy, the occult, and the working of secret societies. He is perhaps best known for his three part documentary series, Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings, the first of which won top honors at New York and Los Angeles film festivals, as well as a number of Telly Awards. His other films include Riddles in Stone: the Secret Architecture of Washington D.C., Eye of the Phoenix: Secrets of the Dollar Bill, A Lamp in the Dark: the Untold History of the Bible, The Kinsey Syndrome, and most recently released, The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers. Pinto’s documentaries focus on Bible prophecy and its fulfillment in the pages of world history.

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