April 4, 2007
Q: Why are there so few Buddhist rhythm and blues bands?
A: Because Buddhists don't have any soul.
Some Evangelicals are doing some unusual, but interesting, outreach.
Evangelicals hope to 'reach' Buddhists
Workshops coincide with Dalai Lama visit
If you're a Tibetan Buddhist or you're leaning that way, you may not know it, but you need Jesus.
That's the thinking behind a series of Christian evangelical workshops -- including one later this month in Wheaton -- that will coincide with the Dalai Lama's trip to Chicago and other American cities this spring.
The Dalai Lama is set to visit Chicago in May. A Philadelphia-based Christian missionary group is holding a series of workshops on how to share the gospel with Tibetan Buddhists.
Interserve USA is putting on the workshops to teach Christians how to talk to Buddhists and, perhaps, to win converts. More . . .
And in case I havent offended Richard Gere yet:
Q: Why don't Buddhists vacuum in the corners?
A: Because they have no attachments.