Sealed inside an air-conditioned bubble, far from the eavesdropping ears of society at large, Bangkok's taxi drivers will give you their uninhibited opinion on just about anything. Politics. Religion. Education. The monarchy. Their hometown. How to manage multiple wives in different cities. Of course, not all of them are chatty, and I have many times ridden in near silence to my destination. But I love riding with the guys who want to talk. And anytime there is conversation, there is the potential for a conversation about the gospel.On one particular trip, I quickly discovered that the taxi driver taking us to the airport in the middle of the night was ready to talk. Our driver told me that he was studying the Bible with the Mormons. That led us into a forty-five minute conversation about God and spiritual things.
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Issue: "The Cross and the Crescent" July/August 2012 Vol. 21 No. 4 Page number(s): 28-29
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