As I said in the previous post, I am reading a book called "unchristian". One of the chapters deal with the fact that most "non-christian" people think that "christians" are too sheltered. I would say it would depend on which christian you are talking about. I know some christians that would never have a relationship with an unbeliever, and some that allow the "world" to influence them to much.
Where is the balance as a christian? How much should we be in the world? The Bible tells us to "not be of the world". What is the difference between being in the world, and not of it?
Before you answer think about these questions?
1. What non-christian person are you investing in to see them come to know Christ?
2. Do you have purposeful relationships with unbelievers to be salt and light to them?
3. Do you have any contact with people that are non-believers?
What are your thoughts?