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Secret Church Questions: Is sharing the gospel intolerant?

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Doesn’t it seem a bit brash, arrogant, narrow minded or intolerant to go to someone who believes something differently than you do, who adheres to another religion, and as a Christian say to them “What I believe is true, and what you believe is false.”

What if we take it a step further and to say to someone “What I believe is true. If you don’t believe what I believe then you are going to spend an eternity separated from God in hell.” That feels, in one sense, pretty brash, somewhat arrogant, narrow-minded, and intolerant. And we live in a world where it’s certainly labeled that way. 

In the next Secret Church, “A Global Gospel in a World of Religions”, we’re going to dive into this reality and ask ourselves a question. 

Is believing and sharing the gospel intolerant?

Arrogant?

Narrow-minded?

Brash?
 

Or is believing and sharing the gospel with someone actually…

Humble?

Loving?

Compassionate?

… and the best way you can serve someone?
 

These are important questions we’ll be diving into in the next Secret Church, "A Global Gosepl in a World of Religions".
Join us on Friday, April 29, via live simulcast. For more information and to register visit SecretChurch.org.

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