If you thought the Honor Academy was only about getting to know Jesus Christ more and to be more like him, you were wrong. It is also about attaining “the Aura of a Statesmen.” In recent years, this has become a very important cause for Dave Hasz.
Dave gets this idea from 2 Cor. 5:20 which says we are ambassadors for Christ. Dave’s interpetation is that this means we must be like Western statesmen in order to be real leaders.
“You aren’t going to be a great leader until you learn to be classy.”
I guess nobody ever mentioned this to King David, Gideon, John the Baptist, etc. I am pretty sure hiding in a caves, living isolated in the desert and eating locusts isn’t classy. And for all the things Jesus was accused of, I’m pretty sure being classy wasn’t one of them.
Is there anything wrong with being a classy person? No, of course not. Is there something wrong with insisting that you won’t be a good Christian leader until you become someone’s subjective version of a classy person?
Yes, there is something very wrong with that. It’s called adding to Scripture and Teen Mania does alot of it.