What is the best way to communicate the Gospel message to the "millennial" generation? Our church has committed itself to reaching out to this group, but I'm concerned about what I perceive as a tendency to "broaden" the Gospel's appeal to twenty-somethings by watering it down and removing all references to sin, repentance, and judgment. To me this seems like a huge mistake. After all, Jonathan Edwards' sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" touched off one of the greatest revivals we've ever seen. As I see it, the Church is supposed to be proclaiming the truth, not initiating a "dialogue" about it. Can you help me sort this out?