The Radical Truth About Slander (LD 43; Luke 6:37-42) | 2012 Catechism Sermons

Jan 9, 2013

If you spread lies about someone in the world they can sue you for libel. This means that you have done damage to their reputation. Certainly, a lawsuit is something that deters us from spreading gossip. However, what is the motivation for a Christian not to spread lies about people? If we are forgiven anyway then what is the harm in spreading a few juicy rumors? Why should we be concerned not to slander someone in the church or in the world? If you are curious about these questions please stay tuned to our sermon titled, “The Radical Truth about Slander.”