Chris Broussard Answers Questions on Homosexuality and Christianity

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Today, on Power 105.1 FM, Chris Broussard, Christian and sports analyst for ESPN, called into the Breakfast Club radio show. He began explaining that he is not perfect, but strives to be Christlike. He then explains the mark of a Christian in light of falling into sin, willful sinning, the repentant, and the unrepentant.

When challenged about the Bible condemning homosexuality, Broussard briefly explains where Christians stand in Christ today under the New Covenant vs. adhering to particular laws under the Old Covenant.

Broussard handled himself well and was a great witness for the Kingdom despite some of the crass comments thrown back at him. Surely, some of the comments were for shock value. Be sure to catch the cowardly comments after Broussard hung up the phone.

Praise God that Broussard stood on the truth of the gospel and did not back down.

Listen below.

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The above article was posted on May 1, 2013 by Mark Lamprecht.
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1 JBenSimpson May 1, 2013 at 3:05 pm

That’s what you call gospel contextualization!  Notice his grammar, syntax, and illustrations.  I believe that audience, which I assume to be predominantly African American, could easily and rightly say, “He’s one of us, but a Christian.”  Great job, Chris, in sharing about the faith in cultural means!

2 Mark Lamprecht May 1, 2013 at 3:16 pm

JBenSimpson I agree and thought the same thing. He related very well in today’s slanguage (I just made that up).

3 Mark Lamprecht May 1, 2013 at 3:31 pm

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4 Brent Hobbs May 6, 2013 at 7:12 pm

I’m encouraged and grateful by Chris’ faithfulness.

5 Sharon A Stone May 23, 2013 at 9:48 am

Chris Broussard: A Christian exemplified!
You demonstrate a soundness and correctness of Biblical
teaching not often openly expressed.Your Christ-like principles and persona amplify a grounded courage and
conviction of faith in God that needs to be portrayed much more frequently by
those who claim Christianity.
God will NOT forget your act of Christian devotion and
selfless courage in a world where self-satisfaction often takes precedence.

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