Hi friends, I need your help with something. The gospel is “good news”. I am arguing with some who basically say that since this is true there can’t be anything uttered in the gospel that isn’t good news in and of itself, or it ceases to become the gospel. In other words, I can’t say the lost shall be damned because that isn’t "good news". I can’t warn people about hell because that’s not good news. This line of reasoning is used by some I know who are opposed to preaching to the lost on such a basis. We know that warnings and exhortations are a definite part of the gospel, so what’s the best way to respond to this argument?