• Christian Gospel
    1. What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? 2. What are some specific moral reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? 3. What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? 4. What are some specific intellectual reasons...
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  • Apol104
    an all-knowing, all-powerful and loving God would not allow injustice or suffering to exist in the world. Another reason people may reject the Christian gospel is because they cannot believe a loving God would allow anyone to suffer for eternity in hell. 3. What are some specific emotional...
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  • Worldview
    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...
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  • Worldview
    state. 3.What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? In my opinion Some specific emotional reasons people reject the gospel is Fear of change because our walk of life is so familiar, there is the underlying belief that change is too hard. (John 7:7) when the...
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  • Discussion Board 2 - Apologetics
    specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? One specific emotional reason that people will reject the Christian gospel is that they cannot grasp the concept of God’s unconditional love. God loves each and every one of us, even the worst sinner, and tells us in His Word. People...
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  • Christian Gospel
    emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? An emotional reason may be that they simple don’t believe because they can’t understand why if there was a God, he would allow some things to happen to people who have done no wrong, as in the death of a child, or for a child to suffer at the...
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  • Apol 104
    . What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? -An emotional reason can be when somebody is so good and get sick with a major illness and die. At that moment questions start to rise why? How? People cannot understand or will not accept God decisions. They start...
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  • Christian Gospel
    because they think they’re already doing something good. Some believe that just because they have done wrong they automatically will go to hell. Just because you have done wrong doesn’t mean God doesn’t love you. What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel...
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  • The Gospel Message
    , there is nothing new under the sun. The world is in moral corruption and has been taken in and deceived by the prince of this world. What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? A person would emotionally reject the gospel of Jesus Christ because they would have to...
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  • Christian Gospel
    , including the way we think. What are some specific moral, emotional, and intellectual reasons people may reject the Christian Gospel The main reasons individuals refuse the gospel is mainly due to their morals. Usually it is beliefs, marital status or political. Christianity weights a devotion to...
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  • False Teachers of the Gospel
    Christians reject the true gospel and believe “fables” which gratify the flesh and satisfy “itching ears.”The key to recognizing false teaching is learning to listen to the Holy Spirit so that one might study the Word with understanding. The advantage to understanding scripture is the ability to...
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  • The Gospel Message
    folder, please answer the following questions: 1. What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? 2. What are some specific reasons (moral, emotional and intellectual) that people reject the Christian gospel? 3. What can Christians do to address these objections and...
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  • Martin Luther King
    clarifies all of the reasons for his arguments and supports them well. Then at many points he uses emotional appeal to create sympathy for the demonstrator or arouse hatred against the evil behavior of police. At few point he uses the very effective combination of both techniques to support his argument....
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  • Christianity Disappearing Into the Present
    survey by Barna found that 70-75% of Christian youth leave the church after high school and intellectual skepticism is one of the major reasons they walk away. Liberal Christians will argue that this is not the case. They feel spirituality should be modernized and be based on only positive emotional...
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  • Presenting the Gospel to Catholic Adherents
    United States’ population, living and working among people from a number of different religious beliefs. There are challenges in presenting the Gospel to staunch adherents of the Catholic faith. This presents an evangelist with a superlative opportunity to present the Gospel to someone who already...
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  • Abortion and Capital Punishment
    1. Introduction: Abortion is a very significant issue from the Christian view of life. There are several irresponsible foeticides and abortions. People detect the gender and ‘kill off’ the female or, male foetus. There are clinics run legally and illegally to do this procedure. It is also done in...
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  • Theological Based Counseling
    reasons why Christian symbols are so powerful is that they allow people to suspend the rational parts of their brain and mind so that they can connect to spiritual truths through direct emotional experience. For example, the cross is the central motif of Christianity. The cross immediately invokes...
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  • chp 5 Dr.Beckers book
    that God can only be known in the specific act of salvation through Jesus Christ by which God makes himself known for us. Karl Barth has been the one major theologian in the Christian tradition to reject entirely any natural knowledge of God that precedes the revelation of God in Christ and prepares...
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  • Ministers of “the Second Great Awakening”
    “revivals." A revival is a specific time of increased spiritual interest or renewal in the life of a congregation of many churches. The root of these gatherings begins at the heart of the Christian faith, The Holy Bible. Nehemiah wrote in the Old Testament, “And he read from it facing the...
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  • After 9/11: Post the Muslim Country
    with the Koran that such murders should be committed. Such Muslims, while claiming to remain true to the Koran, prove that they reject in their conscience such a teaching by the Koran, since they do not go about beheading Jews, Christians, and others around them as the Koran has directly and...
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