Fox News has a message for Christians and other believers who are questioning their faith.
They should stop talking about their faith, and start asking questions.
They must tell their stories, especially to Fox News, which has a long history of promoting Christian evangelism.
This week, The Daily Beast asked Fox News pastors why they didn’t address the issue more openly.
Here are some of the responses.
“Fox News is a very liberal network, which means they’ve always been a bastion of liberal views,” Rev. Jim Gray said.
“The church has always been on their side, and that’s a very important message.”
“The idea that we are supposed to be apologetic for the church is just not true,” said Dr. Jim Gebbia, pastor of the Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. “When people see a woman who is being treated unfairly, they should be able to feel comfortable saying, ‘It’s just because I’m a woman.'”
“It is not a matter of apologetics.
It’s not a question of apologetic theology,” said Rev. David Boudreau, pastor at Grace Christian Church in New York City.
“There’s an underlying message of how the church should be treated and how it is supposed to treat its members.
When people look at the church, they see the church as the one true church, and we’re not going to change that,” said Gebbi.
“We have to be more proactive and articulate and talk about this issue.”
Rev. James Waggoner, pastor emeritus at Grace Church in Nashville, Tennessee, agreed.
“I think the church has to stand up to it.
We have to speak out.
The church is the most important part of our lives.
The more the church speaks out, the more people understand,” he said.
The problem isn’t just with Fox News and other conservative news networks, according to Boudria.
“If the church doesn’t have a good message, it’s not going away.
People will just tune out,” he added.
“But the church must speak out because the church does have to have a message.
And I don’t think Fox News is the only outlet that needs to talk about that.”