Why is it that so many people today get offended easily, even going out of their way to find something to be offended about? At times, it feels like you can’t share even the mildest opinion for fear that someone around you will get upset. This week, Isaac is going to be speaking with pastor and author Scott Sauls about just that, the prevalence of outrage culture in our society today. Whether it was a tweet or Facebook post from 10 seconds or 10 years ago, we as a society seem to take pleasure in tearing down anyone who says anything we disagree with, even if that means taking things out of context. Is that how we as Christians are called to respond? Is that what love looks like? We’re so happy you’re here to listen as Isaac and Scott talk about a biblical response to this issue, as well as why gentleness may be the ultimate secret weapon to combating a cancel culture in today’s society.

 

Who’s Our Guest?

Scott Sauls serves as the Senior Pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee. He is married to Patti and has two daughters, Abby and Ellie. He has also planted and pastored churches in Kansas City and St. Louis and is a frequent speaker at conferences, leadership retreats, and to university students. Scott has authored five published books: Jesus Outside the Lines, Befriend, From Weakness to Strength, Irresistible Faith, and A Gentle Answer.

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Scott Sauls