Protection from a witness program

Shame on this Christian—and on any Christian who does what he did. [Read more...]

Win Friends and Influence People by Condemning Others and Speaking for God

One of the absolute best things you can do for another person is to tell them what’s wrong with them. People positively love it when they’re told—especially by someone they hardly know—what, who, and how they should be. And the greater the scope of things you criticize in another, the deeper that person will thrill [Read More...]

An interview about my book “I’m OK — You’re Not.”

Below is an interview done with me by ChristianBook.com upon the publication of I’m OK. Christianbook.com: What’s the main message of “I’m OK–You’re Not: The Message We’re Sending Nonbelievers and Why We Should Stop”? John Shore: It’s that endeavoring to fulfill the Great Commission with people who haven’t first asked to hear about Christ necessarily [Read More...]

How Is “Convert, You Sinner!” Loving?

There’s just no way, “I love you; now completely change” is a good message to send. [Read more...]

Sorry!

I’m sorry, but I’ve had to temporarily unpublish this piece–the one about evangelizing. In the forthcoming week I’ll totally explain why. Much love! And, again, sorry for any inconvenience. I’ve really been enjoying the entirely excellent comments to this post. Really good stuff. [Read more...]

Evangelist or Ego-Driven Meddler?

If you’re a Christian driven to evangelize, beware of the devilishly smooth transition between glorifying God and glorifying yourself. It’s a seamless slide from “God is good! Let him save you!” to “God and I are good! Let us save you!” The moment you begin to proselytize to a person, you will likely catch a [Read More...]

Are The Great Commandment and The Great Commission Incompatible?

I have a question I’d like you to consider. I raise it because yesterday I was interviewed about this very question by Jim Burns for his nationally syndicated radio program, HomeWord with Jim Burns, who was talking with me about my book, I’m Okay-You’re Not. The question I explore in I’m OK—and the one I’d [Read More...]


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