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Sunday, February 7, 2021

Steve Harvey takes the broad way

 I am not a big fan of Family Feud but I watch it when my wife watches it. I have been surprised at the vulgarity Mr. Harvey encourages on a show entitled "Family" Feud. "Survey says..." I find questionable. It seems to yours truly that Feud has a team of writers much like SNL and I question the answers given by the 100 people surveyed. It seems to yours truly that the producers of Feud brain storm the questions and the answers like the writers of SNL do and the writers and producers of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon do. 

Feud is to game shows what pro wrestling is to sports. 

I know, of course, that this is entertainment and is not designed to be serious but humorous. So, all the above is, in the end, trivial and not very important. Enjoy, Feud fans. I would suggest that you ask yourselves, however, "should my children watch this?"

I know from reading articles about Steve Harvey and from interviews with him that he has professed to be a Christian who attends a church regularly. However, his recent remarks regarding how one might go to heaven betray his profession of faith in Christ. Mr. Harvey has denied the Biblical doctrine of the exclusivity of Christ. He has said publicly that there are many ways to heaven which is the popular heresy among celebrities like Oprah and even among many of the world's largest churches like Hillsong and Bethel and Lakewood with Joel Osteen. If not for Steve Harvey's popularity and the vast audience he reaches each week, I wouldn't bother, but since he is so influential, I am compelled to defend the faith once delivered to the saints that makes it clear that there is in fact, only one way to the Father, or heaven. John 14:6; Acts 4:12; 1 Corinthians 3:11; Jude 3.