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3 Things Christians Do That Non-Christians Despise

3 Things Christians Do That Non-Christians Despise

Spend two minutes talking to almost anyone outside the Christian faith and you’re almost certain to hear a list of complaints they have about Christians.

The problem has been around awhile. As Mahatma Ghandi famously (and sadly) said: “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

He’s not alone.

The problem with many non-Christians isn’t that they don’t know any Christians. The challenge is they do.

So what gives?

Many Christians would tell you we have an image problem: We’re treated unfairly, we’re being persecuted or we’re just badly misunderstood.

I’m not so sure.

It’s not so much that Christians have an image problem. It’s far more likely that we have an integrity problem.

Do we get misunderstood on some issues? Of course. But that’s outside our control.

There are more than a few issues entirely within our control that give us a bad name with people outside Christianity.

Here are three things Christians do that non-Christians despise.


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How To Share The Gospel With Two Questions

Here are the two questions I use to share the good news:

First I ask, “Do you think heaven is a perfect place?” Most people say, “Sure.”

Second, I then ask, “Are you a perfect person?” People then realize there’s a problem. I let them know that I’m far from perfect. So we all have a problem. If heaven is a real place, then God can’t let humanity into heaven the way we are now. If he did, heaven would have the same problems we have on earth. Wars, torture, rape, injustice, and all kinds of cruelty. In short, it wouldn’t be heaven anymore.

Read more and listen to the short video: https://grantbresett.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/how-to-share-the-gospel-with-two-questions/

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