Inspired by Nick Ahern’s contribution, “The Gospel In Seven Words Or Less“, to the previous Christian Century post, I’m christening a contest of my own. In the original post, people come up with a sentence (no more than seven words long) that boils down the message of the Christian Gospel. One of his examples was “Having died and rise, Jesus conquers death.”
In this contest, however, you are challenged to present (in seven words or less) a gospel that we Christians sometimes find ourselves believing, even though it isn’t the heart of the Gospel.
Example: “Jesus Christ, my slightly judgmental genie.”
Your turn 🙂
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