"I thought it was going to be analyzing a history of Jesus without talking about religious aspects, but it was actually very theological"

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Well I often hear "It's not a religion, it's a relationship." Perhaps the speaker was thinking along those lines. But you have to think through how you're going to be perceived. Misunderstanding is kind of predictable with that sort of title in that setting.

But I do think sometimes we try to trick people into hearing the gospel. Hard to see any good could come of that.

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