I wonder sometimes how much some of the preachers on campuses really thiunk about their comments and actions among students. I was caught off guard today when a student came to class and made the comment about how there was a preacher on campus. He also talked about a how a female student walked by and that the preacher pointed out to the listeners how she "had too much cleavage showing" as she walked by. The student in my class pointed out how the male listeners looked and also how the preacher had to have looked in order to point that out. There are several things I thought about when that happened. 1. It drew attention to the female and not the gospel. 2. It gave something for people to talk about other than the message. 3. It provided conversation for the students to judge the preacher for the very thing he condemned in another. If he preached the message it is doubtful that many would have looked at the female. Instead he used that comment to draw attention to the female rather than the message. 4. I wonder if that female student would decide to file suit would he end up on the news for his comment?