How to explain God's wrath in a way your non-Christian friends will understand

When you think of God's wrath, what comes to your mind? Thunderbolts and lightning? Earthquakes and hellfire?

There is an aspect of God's wrath that Christians often get wrong, and this makes it harder to explain the concept to our non-Christian friends. It's a problem we have to rectify, because when we're talking about the Gospel and salvation, God's wrath is what we're being saved from.

In this episode I explain what Paul is talking about in Romans 1:18-24, and how there are two forms of God's wrath. I'll also show you how to deliver this concept in a way that is immediately relevant to non-believers.

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