There have been some interesting comments in some of the various threads lately about "because xxxx leads/lead people/a person to Christ, that xxxx must be good." I was led back to Christ in my 20's though picking up a book at an airport when I missed a plane. It was called "The Story of Jesus" I think and turned out to be about Edgar Cayce, "America's Sleeping Prophet" who was deeply into the occult. Did that make the Cayce book good? No, it did not. I simply meant that God can use anything. So if God uses a Chick tract or something Falwell says or even something Benny Hinn says to spark a person where Christ is concerned, that, by itself, does not mean the tract or the person is righteous or right with God. This is really important I think. We tend to think that if so many people attend a church, then the church must be good. What it may be good at is entertaining, not preaching the gospel! Don't know if this will spark any conversation, but it is something that has occurred to me while reading several of the different threads lately.