Some, believe it or not, would like only the opportunity to tell people the benefits. And if you don't like it or don't want to hear it, we will leave you alone.
Ms. Mendell also assumes that no one had any idea what Marty was all about until the shirts were worn on Monday. I did not have one person ask me who Marty was. Nobody asked what I agreed with Marty about. Word had leaked out. I did, however, have several people ask me the details of what I believed. People asked me which campus group I was involved with, and how to get involved. That was the point of the campaign. We wear the shirts to tell people that we are Christians, and that we would be willing to talk about it with anyone who may have questions about Christianity.
Apparently, Ms. Mendell already has all the answers she needs. Others may not.
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