Tom Gilson

On Facebook Live Tomorrow: “How Can Christians Think Our Way Is the One Way to God?

Tomorrow at 4:00 pm Eastern time I’ll be live on Facebook at The Stream‘s page, starting a new series we’re calling “Contentious Questions (Because some questions are just that way).” I’ve set up the topic with an article published last Saturday on The Stream, titled “‘Contentious Questions’: How Can Christians Think Our Way is the One Way to God?

Stop by if you can, and if not it’ll be there for you to watch after.

If you time it right you might catch me doing a dress rehearsal run on it tomorrow morning at the Thinking Christian page, checking lighting and timing, and (since this is for The Stream, where I’m a senior editor) making sure my bosses there are good with it all.

This will be a weekly event, God willing, though not necessarily at the same time in the future.

Hope to see you there!

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2 thoughts on “On Facebook Live Tomorrow: “How Can Christians Think Our Way Is the One Way to God?

  1. Please consider doing this on YouTube instead, or also. Some of us don’t and won’t use Facebook.

  2. How about this instead? I’m using Facebook cousin that’s the way that we decided to do it at The Stream, but what I can do is embed the video into a blog post here at Thinking Christian after it’s over. Do you think that would work for you?

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