My Gospel blog aims to challenge Christians in the ways they think about Jesus and His words. It is aimed to help them determine whether they have believed the ONLY Gospel message that “saves” or one of the many false gospels that will not save (Gal 1:6-7).

The challenge presented here also aims to encourage those who love Christ and want to become like the Bereans who “searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so” (Acts 17:11).

Faith's great challenge
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The incident that motivated me to write this blog

I met a Christian man who challenged my beliefs — but when he said that no Christian in the world would agree withMy Gospel, this made me really stop and think.

So, I decided to share ‘My Gospel‘ (or what I believe is ‘Paul’s Gospel’ – Rom 2:16) with as many Christians as I can to challenge their views. In this, I want to determine whether they consider their views of what ‘My Gospel’ I am presenting is false or not. I am doing this simply to determine what is the ‘True Gospel’.

I am reasonably convinced that ‘My Gospel‘ is the one true Gospel because it requires the Conditions associated with it to be “obeyed” (Rom 10:16). In contrast to this, I have found that most other ‘gospels’ are false gospels (2 Cor 11:4; Gal 1:6) because they negate the need to obey Christ’s commands (John 14:15) and the need to undertake any of the required “works‘ (James 2:26; John 14:12) that bring forth “fruit” into God’s kingdom (John 15:1-8).

Are you up to the Challenge?

To help me to prove whether “My Gospel” is true or false, I invite prominent, well-credentialed theologians and ministry leaders to challenge me as to where ‘My Gospel‘ is wrong.

To the 5 successful candidates from any theological college or large prominent ministry, I am offering each individual the opportunity to earn US $1,000 to prove that their gospel is the True Gospel and that My Gospel is false. If you are interested in challenging me, all you have to do is this:

Send me an email through my Contact page to register your interest, and please include;

  • A synopsis of yourself and of your qualifications;
  • Some links to any YouTube videos and articles you have produced that indicate your level of presence within the Christian community;
  • An email address and a telephone number.

Once received and accepted, I will respond by:

  • Requesting your bank account details;
  • Extend an invitation for you to submit a rebuttal to all the claims contained in the posts listed below;
  • Once the rebuttal is received, the money will be transferred.

The pages and posts that require a rebuttal are as follows:

I will publish each rebuttal on this blog for others to consider. From this, my readers will be able to decide for themselves whether the evidence from the issues raised harmonize with scripture or not.

If I receive enough rebuttals and reader comments, these together may be used to produce a book for later publication — however, this is not the prime purpose of the Challenge.

My sole aim is to discover what the True Gospel is from among the broader Christian community. Individual Christian’s comments together with theologian’s comments will help me determine this.

Blessings everyone.

Alan Manson
A Disciple of Jesus Christ

4 Replies to “Challenge”

  1. D/sir, Alan Manson, I am happy to find you as disciple of Jesus christ.I want to see people become disciple of Jesus.

    1. Hello Dina,

      I am very pleased you have found me to be a true Disciple of Jesus Christ. That is how every Christian should portray themselves to be.

      How do you think you could assist me to help “people become disciple of Jesus”? Blessings!

      1. D/Alan Manson,
        I am also trying to be a disciple of Jesus.what I think is, if Jesus is our master we should become like our master.If people will understand this, then there will be more in number.

        1. Dear ‘Anonymous’ – yes, you are correct in your statement. In this, Jesus said:

          “The disciple is not above his master: but every one that is perfect shall be as his master.” (Luke 6:40)


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