Thursday, July 05, 2007

Warning Labels and the Gospel

I enjoy reading articles written by Dave Burchett, blogger at, Emmy Award winning TV sports director, author and Christian speaker. But I think the article he posted to his blog this week, "Saving Us From . . . Ourselves?," really takes the cake. Most of us have enjoyed reading about the crazy warning labels manufacturers put on products these days. Hair dryers labeled, "Do not use while sleeping," for example, or warnings on fast-food coffeecups that coffee is hot, seem ridiculous to most of us. Dave's article this week highlights a few of these warnings, and goes on to talk about how our lawsuit-happy, warning-labels-on-everything culture affects us, particularly our relationship with the gospel.

Take the time to follow the link and read this great article. It will make you laugh. It will also make you think.

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