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 people may reject the Christian gospel? 5. What can Christians do to address these objections and better communicate the Christian gospel?
(1) The Christian Gospel is perceived in various ways within our culture. One way the Christian gospel is perceived is through the use of religion as a way for people to do good in order to obtain happiness and rewards. This interpretation of the Christian gospel encourages people to think more about the gifts of works, than the salvation of God. Through this people see a list of rules that they have to follow in order to be Christian. The Christian Gospel is also used as a way to repent for one’s sins in order to be saved. Through belief, the Christian Gospel is perceived as something to build faith and trust in, for “If Christ is not risen, your faith is futile; and your are still in your sins!” (Corinthians 15:17).
(2) Some specific moral reasons why people may reject the Christian gospel is because of the lack of proof, or physical evidence. Another reason people may reject the Christian Gospel is because they don’t believe that a God, who gave his only son would want to allow suffering and hurt in this world. However, Just because someone rejects the Christian Gospel does not mean that they are not a moral person. People can reject the Christian Gospel because of a lack of faith in the Gospel, which can sometimes seem as blind.
(3) Emotional reasons why people may reject the Christian Gospel are because maybe they feel as if they have committed too many sins to repent for. Another emotional reason why people may the Christian gospel is through their fallen belief that things could get better with believing in the Christian...
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