The last line I quoted mattered when I observed C-SPAN's video from the National Prayer Breakfast. Fox broadcaster Darrell Waltrip was making his speech at the event, which was attended by the President and Dalai Lama among others, when during his speech, he referenced the 1983 Daytona 500 crash that he admits changed his life. During that portion of his speech, the Nashville-area businessman who owns auto dealerships representing Honda, Fuji Heavy Industries, Geely, and General Motors went to the classic "fire and brimstone" that C-SPAN cameras decided to censor.
"If you don’t know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour, if you don’t have a relationship, if he’s not the master of your life, if you’ve never gotten on your knees and asked him to forgive you of your sins, or if you are just a pretty good guy or a pretty good gal, you’re going to go to hell.”
For simply saying those who are not saved will be sent to the Lake of Fire, C-SPAN decided to censor him. So you can air obscene language on television, you can air raunchy content, but if you say Biblical truth and go fire and brimstone, that's worth censoring. Go figure. The incident takes place at the 17-minute mark of the speech. Rob (No Hell) Bell and his minions would praise the censoring, but there is hell, and there is a place for punishment. Why can a television broadcaster censored for saying the Biblical truth?
1. "He Said," Dianne Wilkinson. Centergy Music, 1999.