John Allen Chau and the Ethics of Christian Missions

Various news outlets have reported on the death of “Christian Missionary” John Allen Chau.  Was his encroachment upon native lands ethical?  Were the actions that led to his death foolish?  Was he even a Christian? Pulpit & Pen contributor Seth Dunn addresses those questions in an episode of his podcast, The Christian Commute.

[Publisher’s Note: I haven’t listened to Seth’s take. I don’t know if I agree with Seth’s take, because I haven’t heard it.  He’s usually right, but…This one is a **touchy** subject, and I might get around to giving my own thoughts in a few days. In the meantime, send all your hate mail directly to Seth Dunn. – JD]



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