Watching a movie with the boyz this weekend, a joke about America in general was extra funny to me because of involvement in the Outhouse:
“In America we have a rule. If you want to motivate someone, DON’T MENTION DEATH!”
Is there a better description of the fundamental presupposition of seeker-sensitivity? And I don’t mean “you shouldn’t mention death,” because that’s not the presupposition, but a consequence of the presupposition, which is that the point of Christianity is to motivate.