Answering difficult questions when sharing the gospel with non-Christians (Panel Discussion at The Master's University)
Everyone who loves Jesus and loves their neighbors wants their neighbors to know, trust, and commit to Jesus.
When sharing the gospel with non-Christians some tough responses stop us in our push to love our neighbors. Here are some responses we discuss in this panel at The Master's University chapel:
(1) First off: What is the gospel in 1 minute or less
(2) I don’t believe in God.
(3) There are so many religions in the world, so how can you say that yours is the correct one? It doesn’t matter what you believe, as long as you are sincere. That may be true for you, but it’s not necessarily true for me. I have my own beliefs.
(4) I’m a pretty good person. I don’t think I need saving. Or: There are so many people who are not Christian and who don’t claim any religion who are good and moral—maybe even more so than many Christians.
(5) How can a loving God allow hurricanes and men with guns and drunk drivers to wreak havoc on the us? If there is a God, he must be either all-powerful but not good enough to want an end to evil and suffering, or he's all-good but not powerful enough to bring an end to evil and suffering.
(6) there was one on why should we trust the Bible, but we ran out of time.
If you want to think a fresh about how to deal with issues like this then give this video a listen.