Tuesday, April 20, 2010

CHS students interviewed by CBS London



I received a facebook message from Hillary Mullin an intern with CBS London this morning. They have been "stalking" (their word) us on the blog and wanted to meet us in Oxford and do a story on our students stranded in the UK.

Exciting time before TV camera today, myself and students, and then they followed us to Baliol College where I discussed Wycliffe's critical role as Morning Star of the Reformation, and the Word of God as his self-disclosure to all people, rich or poor, educated or not, and contrasted with Richard Dawkins, hoping he'd walk through the gate and have a chat!

I don't know how much of this they actually filmed--it seemed like a good bit of it--but I hope the film crew heard the gospel of grace in Christ. Several of our students gave God glory as they were interviewed. The director asked if we had a school song or motto. "What is the chief end of man?" I asked the students. "Man's chief end is to glorify and to enjoy God forever." They shouted it out well. So watch the Morning Show on CBS. Maybe we'll make the cut.




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