The Gospel is the simple message of the Bible that explains God’s purpose for Good to triumph over evil in the world. It teaches us that God came in the flesh as a man, was crucified for our sins, and rose again so that all who repent and believe in him might be saved from their sins. Those who do not believe will go to hell.
To many in our world today, particularly atheists and intellectuals, this message sounds extremely foolish and stupid. To others, such as Muslims, this message seems weak. Muslims scoff at the idea that God would become a man, and die to save mere humans. But the God of the New Testament is much wiser than the intellectuals and stronger than the God the Muslims believe in:
For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than human strength (I Corinthians 1:25 NIV).
The God of the New Testament is wiser than the Intellectuals, because He knows all things, whereas the intellectuals and atheist build their theories around doubts and confusion: they have very little true knowledge. As for the Muslims, their limited concept of God makes them spiritually weak. The one true God is powerful and perfect in every virtue, and that includes the virtue of love. He proves by His incredible love how superior he is to the concept of “Allah” that was manufactured by Mohammed.