What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? In today's culture the Christian gospel is perceived as being of the good news of Gods grace and mercy that he had bestowed over our lives. It relays a message that God died from our sins they we may be saved and dwell in the house of The Lord.
What are some specific moral reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? Some specific moral reasons that people may reject the Christian gospel is a feeling of not being worthy of Gods grace and mercy. Morally they know that they have sinned and done things that ho against Gods tules and standards that he has set for us. By denying that there is a problem with the sin we commit, doesn't make it go away. Many times we as Christians feel like we are not pleasing unto Gods eyesight, therefore leaving feelings of conviction and repentance, comes quickly after performing sin.
What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? Specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel will be the feelings of guilt, shame, and defeat. As stated earlier Christian's sometimes feel like they are not worthy of Gods grace and mercy. Win we din against God, it has a rip effect if we do not repent and set things right before him. With that being said some Christians feel hopeless on the situation, as if they can not get anything right instead of falling to their knees and asking for forgiveness.
What are some specific intellectual reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? Some specific reasons people may reject the Christian gospel would be the mere fact of non-belief of Jesus Christ and what his purpose was for. Islamic faith beliefs that Jesus was just another Prophet sent by God and that he was not the Great Messiah. His purpose of dying so that we may be saved is intellectually unsound to other religions. Some have a hard to believing that a man was sent from heaven only to be treated badly and crucified...
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