It seems to me that “manhood” must, in part, be defined in relationship to women. I know. That sounds volatile. Here’s what I mean.
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One of the great questions that faces the church today concerns the existence and the nature of hell. Hell is under attack from outside the visible church and from inside. The question each one of us must answer is this: Does hell exist? Is it, as Christians have long claimed, a place of eternal, conscious punishment, a real place where real people will go for real time and face the real wrath of a real God?
I believe there are positive and poor motivations for sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. In this post, I want focus on four poor reasons that might stir us to share our faith. I’m sure none of the readers of this blog are motivated by such selfish reasons, but it might be good to use the list to check your own motives.