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Pornography and Sexual Exploitation
in Topeka

It has become traditional in church-circles, to be a curse to all who participate in pornography and sexual exploitation. It is said that since we are to stand up for righteousness, we should do much evil to those who don't. It is supposedly a good thing, to "chase all of the prostitutes out of town", which means, to make them more homeless and more destitute than they already are. It is equally said to be a good thing to force all sexually oriented businesses to close. But the question we bring is: is this what God desires us to do?

It is suggested here and now, that it were best for us to pay careful attention to the mission the Lord spoke for us. He did not chase prostitutes out of town, and He did not try to force anyone out of business. He invited them all to dinner, engaged them in friendly conversation, and helped them see better.

So let us present the Lord and the message of His Gospel, to all, without exception.

Jonathan Brickman
Please do email me!
jeb@ponderworthy.com

© 2010 Jonathan E. Brickman

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