Last week I posted an article called “Jerky Evangelism” that addressed the criticism directed toward our creative Gospel preaching methods. Many comments were posted. One atheist wrote, “…if people are going to be mad at you, it should be for your message and not because you’re crossing into personal space. Another thought our methods were funny with a qualifier: “I only find “jerky” evangelism funny when it’s used on me; I get annoyed when it’s used on other people.” The Christians, of course, defended our methods, while the atheists were confused as to why we would invade others’ personal space.
I said I would post an answer today explaining why we do what we do. Click here to read the definitive answer.