All right, I've read several reviews, and while I have yet to actually preview these podcasts, I thought I'd just comment about the discussion at hand, if it is still recent... if not, I hope that others coming upon this chain of thought will read this comment as well and add it to the collective argument being brought up here. Mainly, yes, I disagree with their methods, point one being the avatar image they use for the podcast itself... second off, mainly because I am a firm believer that just handing out Bibles and sending people on their way doesn't usually work, from my personal experience. It makes it an impersonal trade of theological knowledge, which discredits the value of the subject matter greatly in my opinion. Now then, I also do believe that the early church leaders (Paul, for one) did go to the worst of the worst; at the time the early church was really flourishing, there was much less inhibition implanted in the normal human than today. From what I've learned and read, if my memory serves me correctly, Corinth was, in essence, a pornographic spectacle. People had orgies in front of their idols in public as a form of praise during that time throughout the known world. But then, there's a part of me that's neutral. How do we really have the authority to say that other people's form of Christian worship and ministering are lies? I mean, remember the quote, I forget who said it, but it was regarding the Christian movement... it pertained to the fact that if the movement was of God, that you will not be able to stop it. If it isn't, then it will fall apart. So, I say, if you think it is false, let this movement be and let it fall away like all those other false movements that have sprung up during the years instead of keeping it in the spotlight with constant criticisms. In essence, don't feed the troll, if a troll this be. If it turns out to somehow be true, then I shall support them. If not, I'll pay them no mind and move on in my life. So, change the avatar and the website name, make your methods a bit more personal, and I think you guys might be onto something. Just my little two cents. Thought I'd pop in and write 'em, and if this discussion continues, well then, I'll be glad to keep it going. Stimulates the debating part of my brain and all.