Just published in Christianity Today/Leadership Journal is a new article that explores the “Biblical” gospel-proclaimed.
So often, when discussing the message of the gospel, Christians rely upon passages from the letters of the Apostle Paul (or others) and yet these letters are not even examples of Christians talking to non-Christians, they are instead Christians talking to Christians.
It seems to me that if we want to understand the gospel we are called to proclaim, we might want to look at examples of those early and foundational Christian leaders talking to non-Christians. That is something that I intended to explore in this article. I hope you read it and that it stimulates your thoughts about the gospel-message.
The article can be found here: http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2014/september-online-only/that-mysterious-gospel.html
The observations are taken from the Book of Acts, where we can find thirteen examples of the gospel-proclaimed.
Spoiler Alert: The Book of Acts does NOT prioritize exclusivity claims about Jesus.