Hi all So campus crusade. Wondering about your views on it. Over here in New Zealand, its got a collegiate ministry called "Student Life". I have been involved with Student Life for the last 2 years of my degree. I realize that campus crusade is not very popular among reformed circles. And I myself have witnessed some of the shortcomings in their doctrinal shallowness and some arminian persuasions. They are definitely not rightly dividing the content of the gospel, but just to clear things up, when they go out to share the gospel on campus, they do bring up stuff like sin, but i guess the problem is misplaced emphasis: emphasis put on a relationship with Jesus being "exciting, relevant, and life changing", instead of the atonement. Definitely attempts to tone down the severe side of the story: oncoming wrath of God to unbelievers. I find no mention of eternal punishment or hell in the KGP (Knowing God Personally Tract). Having said all this, I really like that they are (not how they're doing it) pushing the great commission. I myself at times feel guilty about not being as bold with the gospel. I guess the question I want to ask is: Should I be constantly pointing out their flaws and getting into arguments about the differences? Because I have not been doing that, mainly because I am not a person who likes to get into arguments. Not very good at it either. This question can really be extended to further applications...like with every arminian we meet, should we be constantly trying to "convert" them? or should we just set aside the differences, and enjoy fellowship with one another and only bring them up in specific circumstances that requires it. Im not asking if I should be honest about what I believe, but if I should be forceful about it on others. Because if I should be forceful, then I would have to be getting into alot of long debates with most of the christians i know. Or more simply: can a calvinist commune and serve together with the less conservatives...or are the differences creating gaps that are too big to cross.