Hi, How important is it HOW the Gospel is presented? Does it matter at all, or is it only important that people understand enough to make a decision? It seems that some believe that you can just carefully go through the Roman Road (for example), and if someone rejects that, then their hearts must have been hard. However, I've been struck lately by how richly the Bible presents spiritual truths, in ways beautifully tuned to the listener's viewpoint. The Lord really pointed this out to me when reading about Pentecost, in that the FIRST move the Spirit made was to enable believers to speak in the listener's tongues. This leads me to think that it's critical how we present the Gospel, and until someone strongly rejects us and it, we should assume that the ball is still in our court. Given the cultural diversity in America these days, if a "one size fits all" approach isn't appropriate, then it seems we (and the Holy Spirit) have a lot of work to do to understand how to reach people in new and creative ways. Thoughts?