Interactive Gospel
- Introduction -
by Paul Hazelden


Why do I call this an 'interactive' message? Because you choose whether to follow the points one by one in the sequence they are presented, to skip some, or take them in a different order. You choose to head off down various routes, examining the issues, questions and objections that matter to you. You choose to agree or disagree, or consider the options more fully. It's up to you!

Of course, no one presentation of the gospel is right and appropriate for everyone. We are all different. We have different beliefs, different values, different aims in life. But if there is a God, as Christians believe, then He loves you and wants the best for you, whether you believe in Him or not. He wants to speak to you, wherever you are.

This message is incomplete. Perhaps it always will be. But I hope there is enough here to help and be of interest to you.

If you don't have time for the full experience, you could always go to the two minute summary without all the questions, issues and objections identified below, or even the two second summary.

Christians who are interested in the ideas and principles behind this Interactive Gospel are welcome to look at some background notes. For that matter, so can anyone!



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