A friend of yours is opposed to the Gospel message and has a lot of animosity toward “money-hungry preachers”, etc.
In the course of an email exchange, however, he says something that leads you to believe that with the right response, he might be persuaded to accept the Gospel.
And you know exactly where to find that response! Unfortunately, the stuff you have in mind was written by Billy Graham - someone whom your friend regularly makes fun of.
So, if you email the quote with attribution to Graham, your friend is sure to reject it, but if you send it as your own thought, he will read it and be converted.
And just to make this really challenging, timing is critical…doing a paraphrasing or re-write of Graham’s sermon is not an option because it would take to long to complete.
Do you email the plagiarized passage from Graham’s sermon to your friend without mentioning that it was written by him?