I listened to this dialog with hope but came to the conclusion that this is just "rebranding", a Trojan horse. Many people rejected Focus on the Family's confrontational, aggressive in-your-face tactics. Focus on the Family has pivoted in public to interfaith, multicultural outreach. I'll bet in private it's the same as it ever was. Their goals are unchanged but their strategy has shifted because of the public's changing attitudes on social issues, not to mention that more people, especially younger people, have stopped identifying as religious.Listen carefully and you will notice beyond all the gee-whiz earnestness, one of the men is quietly condescending and self-satisfied as if he had the winning hand. Focus on the Family is now opting for boiling the lobster by slowly increasing the water temperature; the lobster be dinner before he knows it.
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