I believe that Christianity is perceived by non believers as people who live completely without sin strictly by the Gospel. Christians can be misconceived as people who know everything there is to know about the Gospel. "All have sinned and fall short of God’s glory"(Romans 3:23). This inaccurate observation of Christians could become a reason that sways non believers further away from the church.
A major, primary reason why people reject the Gospel is because of their disbelief or lack of desire to believe that Jesus died for our sins and rose again (I Corinthians 15:1-4). Many will not or can not place their faith in an element that they are uncertain of or are unable to rationalize or physically see for themselves.
Many people would rather come to God, professing their salvation on their own personally guided terms and in opposition of the conditions illustrated in The Word of God. In our world, humanistic visions are becoming much more common, people are not fond of being told when they are absolutely right or wrong and that the only way to God is through his son, Jesus Christ. Many have declined the Gospel in favor of a much broader view. There are also people who frequently seek noticeable changes rather than spiritual changes in their lives when they accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. When some people do not see obvious, visible changes, such as good health or financial increase, they perceive their prayers as being unanswered and begin to believe the word of the Gospel is false.
People may reject the Christian Gospel, for what they believe are intellectual reasons because they can not grasp the understanding that Jesus Christ was God in human flesh. Many can not accept that Jesus Christ could once be dead later be resurrected. There are people who desire physical proof of this event. As it relates to the idea of the resurrection of Christ there is no tangible evidence available; because of this...
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