It is said that the Pharisees believed love was more important than truth, and without love they soon veered off the path of truth. But for the follower of Christ, love become the most important part of truth. It's the conduit through which God brings his truth into our lives so we can be respond to it in a way that's transformative. Wayne's recent appearance on Moody Radio's Up For Debate provide the catalyst to explore why some people think THE SHACK is dangerous and how to respond to people like that. Brad also follows up on Wayne's thought the week before that God certainly does not live in the same parameters we do when we talk of him allowing things to happen in our lives. Finally, they consider a recent letter Wayne from parents who want to know how to respond to their transgendered daughter. It is easy to love people who conform to our expectations of truth or morality, but how do we learn to love people whose views and actions are so diametrically opposed to that which we hold dear? Podcast Notes: Wayne's Appearance on Moody's Up For Debate show about whether Christians should see The Shack Wayne's blog: How Do I Love My Transgendered Child? You can find our latest update on our work in Kenya here. Add your voice to our question/comment line via Skype at "TheGodJourney"