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      RIGHTLY DIVIDED | Episode 9: Open Air Evangelism and the Local Church with guest Tony Miano

      Friday, April 15, 2011

      (*Note: Ironically, this show on Open Air Evangelism was shot in the open air so the sound quality does suffer sometimes. Hopefully it doesn't take away from the overall presentation of the the truths found in this video.)

      Is open air preaching supposed to be a nomadic tribe of people disassociated from everything or is it supposed to be done under the guidance of a local church? Can open air evangelism produce people who become a law unto themselves? Is everyone required to open air preach?

      The lawman, Tony Miano, joins me on this episode of Rightly Divided to discuss this and more.




      Gabrielsangels2000 said...

      I saw your interview with Tony Miano. Good. But did Mom ever tell you it was rude to where sunglasses when you are speaking to people. Just to be polite. I may be over sensitive to this kind of thing. Just what I was taught. Dave Barnes

      Jon Parsons said...

      Two questions (and forgive me for being a new visitor to your site)...

      First, Miano says that without the supervision of a local church "open air preachers have a tendency to start to believe their own doctrinal rhetoric." Shouldn't that be a prerequisite for open air preaching?

      Second, I'm curious why you advertise on your site? How do you reconcile your faith with consumerism?

      Thanks for your time,

      Jon(a lapsed Catholic)

      p.s. Interestingly, the word verification asks me for the letters "a-w-a-r-e-n-e-s-s-"

      Lane Chaplin said...

      1st Question: I'll allow Miano to answer that if he so chooses.

      2nd Question: Commentors don't usually offer to pay the fees required to do projects for my blog including Youtube projects, graphic design, etc that the advertising fees take care of.

      Also, "how do you reconcile your faith with consumerism?" is a loaded question (a logical fallacy). Hosting advertising is no different than picking up a hammer to work on a house for a fee. Both are a means to payment for honest work.

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