Originally Posted by County Mike
Maybe a non-believer taking communion will trigger a thought that puts him on the right path. It doesn't hurt to allow them, so why not allow all and hope it helps a message get through to some?
Worst case scenario, nobody changes and you have a little less bread and grape juice.
I see what you're getting at, but I think it would be like "putting the cart before the horse" so to speak. Or maybe a better analogy would be someone hands you a pill and says, "Mike, take this pill, it's going to make your life better." But he doesn't tell you what's in the pill or how it's going to make your life better so you're missing some important pieces
there. You see what I mean?
: See Ben's post below--he said it way better and backed it up too!