SEVEN OUTRAGEOUS TRUTHS YOU CAN "STILL" BELIEVE . . . AND WHY ^-"Every other religion is wrong."^-"God sends good people to Hell."^-"Homosexuality is a perversion."^-"Evolution is a myth."^-"God is ultimately responsible for suffering in the world."^-"Husbands are to lead their...
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SEVEN OUTRAGEOUS TRUTHS YOU CAN "STILL" BELIEVE . . . AND WHY ^-"Every other religion is wrong."^-"God sends good people to Hell."^-"Homosexuality is a perversion."^-"Evolution is a myth."^-"God is ultimately responsible for suffering in the world."^-"Husbands are to lead their families."^-"America is a Christian nation." ^In" Hell? Yes!" Dr. Robert Jeffress issues a bold wakeup call to all believers-from college students to grandparents-to stop apologizing for and start proclaiming the tough but essential truths that Christians have historically embraced. And he provides the finest biblical, scientific, and historical evidence needed to defend these core beliefs in a culture turned hostile to God's truth. ^Dr. Jeffress believes the secular spirit of political correctness is holding the church hostage. And the tragic result is that the revolutionary, life-changing, positive message of the Christian faith is being watered down.^If you are weary of a Christ
1)Wimp-Free Christianity 1.When, if ever, has a non-Christian or Christian challenged your belief in one of the seven politically incorrect truths that are discussed in this book? Which of these truths do you think is the most difficult for people to accept? Why? 2.Explain the difference betweenabsolute truthandrelativism. 3.What do you think is the best example of how relativism has impacted society's view of morality during your lifetime? 4.What is the relationship betweenrelativismandevangelism?How has relativism impacted the church, especially in evangelism? 5.Do you believe that society's move toward embracing relativism will lead to widespread persecution of Christians in this country? Why or why not? 6.Which of the seven truths presented in this book do you find most difficult to embrace? Why? 7.What is the author's best argument for the existence of absolute truth? 8.What do you hope to gain from studying the material presented in this book?2)Chapter 1: Every Other Religion Is Wrong 1.Have you ever been in a debate with someone about the exclusivity of Christianity? What was his or her greatest objection to the belief that trusting in Christ is the only way to be saved? 2.How would you answer Phil Donahue's objection that "a good Jew" goes to hell while a Nazi has a chance to go to heaven if he trusts in Christ at the last moment? 3.In what ways has our society's understanding of tolerance changed? 4.How would you answer the charge that exclusivity promotes hatred toward unbelievers? Do you believe there is a kernel of truth in that argument? Why or why not? 5.Do you believe that every single person on the planet who has never trusted in Christ as his or her Savior is doomed to hell? Why or why not? 6.Christianity is often charged with promoting anti-Semitism. What is the best argument against that charge? 7.Suppose a close friend or family member who is not a Christian says to you, "How can you be so judgmental in believing that I am going to hell and you're not?" How would you respond to that person? 8.Think of a friend or family member who is not a Christian, and take a moment right now to pray for him or her, asking God to give you an opportunity to share the gospel with that person.3)Chapter 2: God Is Ultimately Responsible for All Suffering 1.What event in the world in general, or in your world specifically, has caused you to question God's love or His power to stop evil? 2.How does the presence of evil in the world actually argueforthe existence of God? 3.Do you believe that human freedom limit's God's control over His universe in any way? Why or why not? What scripture(s) supports your position? 4.Do you believe that God has two wills: a "perfect will" and a "permissive will"? Why or why not? 5.If you can, describe an experience in your life when God used short-term suffering to produce something good. 6.What words of comfort would you offer to a parent who has just lost a child and is asking, "Why did God allow this to happen?" 7.What are some of the pat answers Christians often use to explain suffering in the world? Why do you think we feel so compelled to offer such explanations? 8.Which of the insights about suffering in this chapter was most helpful to you? Why?4)Chapter 3: God Sends Good People to Hell 1.What is the most difficult aspect of hell for you to accept? Why? 2.Why do you believe the idea of hell has fallen into such disfavor today? 3.Do you believe the "fire" of hell is literal or symbolic? Why? 4.How would you
Dr Robert Jeffress is the senior pastor of First Baptist Dallas. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary, he has written more than twenty books. His daily radio program, Pathway to Victory, is heard on more than nine hundred stations nationwide, and his weekly television program is seen on more than ten thousand cable systems and stations in the United States and in nearly two hundred countries around the world. Known for his bold, biblical stands on cultural issues, Jeffress has been interviewed on more than two thousand radio and TV programs, including Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, CNN, Real Time with Bill Maher, Hardball with Chris Matthews, and The O'Reilly Factor. He is the author of more than twenty books, including Not All Roads Lead to Heaven. Dr Jeffress and his wife, Amy, are the parents of two adult daughters, and live in Dallas, TX.