We only have the testimony of this fellow. We don’t have the testimony of the lesbian supervisor to whom he refers in this video but as I watched this I couldn’t help but think that there must have been a better way to handle this. Assuming, for the sake of discussion, his account is basically accurate and that she was flaunting her homosexuality, did he do the right thing by confronting her? Should he have taken her out for coffee to discuss it? At one point in the video (3:10) he seems to suggest that he didn’t want her to mention her homosexuality or her impending marriage around him because “I think that’s bad stuff, as I told her.” If he wanted to communicate the gospel to her, Instead of accusing her of sin (of which she is guilty) would he have done better to accuse himself? How should Christians conduct themselves in workplaces that become hostile to traditional and Christian mores?
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