I am currently posting from the Together for the Gospel conference in Louisville, KY. It features John MacArthur, John Piper, R.C. Sproul, Mark Dever, C.J. Mahaney, Albert Mohler, and J. Ligon Duncan. They are members of the SBC, Presbyterians, Sovereign Grace Ministries, and a Community Church pastor. In light of this event, I wanted to begin a discussion on the content and the importance of the Gospel for both unbelievers and for believers. So, here are some questions I am asking myself as I come into this conference.. 1) What is it necessary for a person to understand in order to be saved? 2) What is the best way to get the message out to a lost world? What has worked in the past 2000 years? Why has it worked? Will it work today or should we look for different methods? 3) What importance does the gospel play in the everyday life of a believer? Does a believer still need to hear the gospel or is it just a one-time necessity? 4) What is the role of the church in the spread of the gospel? What is the role of the individual in the spread of the gospel? What is the role of God in the spread of the gospel? Should we be willing to work with others we disagree with over important issues (like, say baptism) in order to spread the gospel? PLEASE DO NOT TURN THIS INTO A C/A DEBATE! I AM NOT INTERESTED IN ANY OF THAT HERE.