Would you fix a Muslim's car

I spoke with a Christian who builds websites and he told me he would not build a website for any non-evangelical Christian religious group. In fact, he didn’t want to build a website for an alcohol company. So, this got me thinking. If you are an ‘evangelical’ Christian who believes the only way to God is through Jesus and all other religions are false:

Would you sell ice cream to an Islamic center, synagouge or scientology center?
Would you fix the bus of an Islamic center, synagouge or scientology center?
Would you create a sign for any of these groups?
Would you build their website?
Would you host an event?
Would you go door-to-door to hand out information if they paid you?

Where is the line for someone that believes these are promoting false beliefs?

1 Comment
  • Steve

    July 11, 2006, 11:19 am

    Your question is challenging‚Ķ At this point in my life I can’t honestly answer all the questions. But, prior to about 6 months ago I would have emphatically said “NO!” This is not the case anymore. As I continue to learn what it is I believe and why I believe it, the Gospel of Jesus Christ continues to do an amazing work in my life and my heart. As a Christian who truly desires to see the world radically transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, how can I isolate my self from the culture in which God has commanded me to go? Like or not, these are parts of the cultures in which we find ourselves. In Gods sovereignty He has chosen us to be here in this time and in this place for His good purpose. Ultimately, culture matters. This is a subject that has only recently been revealed to me. I don’t completely understand it yet, but I’m learning. Contend for the faith once delivered to the saints, contextualize to where you are. If I can’t do this then I don’t love them.

    Thanks Drew for the ongoing conversation we have on this subject.