Zachary Moore, the Executive Director for Fellowship of Freethought Dallas, was invited by a local church to speak about his beliefs to a Sunday School class.
Regardless of motive, Zach was glad to take them up on it:
I was invited by Heath Hill to speak with him during the Sunday School class he teaches at Lakepointe Church in Rockwall, Texas.
What’s really surprising to me is that Hill owns the advertising company whose ‘I Still Love You — God” truck followed Fort Worth buses carrying the “Good Without God” ads a couple months ago:
I’ve said this before and a lot of you disagree, but I like these sorts of gestures from churches, where the aim is to converse instead of convert.
Did the Christians learn anything from Zach? Who knows. But if you have a chance to address your message to the very people who need to hear it the most, why wouldn’t you take that opportunity?
I haven’t had a chance to watch this whole exchange, but if there are any parts you feel we should see, please let us know the timestamps in the comments:
(Thanks to Zach for the link!)