The Gospel of love expects to be reviled by worldly wisdom.
The Gospel of nice continuously seeks worldly acceptance.
 
The Gospel of love teaches the truth from the whole counsel of God.
The Gospel of nice truncates the truth to make sure people aren’t uncomfortable.
 
The Gospel of love speaks plainly where the Bible speaks plainly.
The Gospel of nice obscures plain speech in favor of personal feelings and opinions.
 
The Gospel of love teaches that Jesus saves us from our sins.
The Gospel of nice teaches that Jesus leaves us in our sins.
 
The Gospel of love holds forth stern warnings and fantastic promises.
The Gospel of nice omits warnings and emphasizes promises.
 
The Gospel of love shows how personal repentance and faith are inseparable.
The Gospel of nice disconnects personal repentance and faith.
 
The Gospel of love acknowledges the critical place of church discipline.
The Gospel of nice does not teach or practice church discipline.
 
The Gospel of love is concerned about seeking God’s will and trusting God with the consequences.
The Gospel of nice is concerned about pragmatic outcomes above practicing God’s commands.
 
The Gospel of love includes individual salvation as integral to mission.
The Gospel of nice reduces mission to philanthropic good works.
 
The Gospel of love seeks unity in and through the truth.
The Gospel of nice pits unity against truth.