This is just as foolish as it is funny.
McAlister calls it “affinity evangelism”—identifying a target group, figuring out their common interest or needs, and using that as a bridge to share the gospel. The guns used during the KBC celebrations are donated by local businesses. Winners get to pose for a photograph with their new weapons during the dinners. The guns are then taken away and held at a local gun shop until their owners can pass a federal background check. McAlister said he understood how some people might take offense at the KBC’s methods. He emphasized that the churches don’t advocate gun violence. “We are advocating guns for hunting and protection only,” he said.
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