Let's take it head on. The thing that is most offensive about our faith in this age of relativism and diversity is the exclusive claims of Jesus Christ.
Honestly, we don't even like to think that our neighbor, Bob, who is so kind and helpful, who is a model husband and father, who volunteers in the community and coaches little league is going to die and go to hell if he does not trust Christ for salvation.
If that thought is hard for us to handle, imagine how it sits with an non-believer.
No wonder we will be challenged in our belief that Jesus is the only way to heaven. Expect it. Prepare for it. Brace your faith for the attacks.
How can I do that?
Consider Who it is that make the exclusive statement, "......no one comes to the Father except by me."
Jesus said, "I am...."
Where have I heard that before?
God said to Moses, "I am who I am . This is what you are to say to the Israelites: 'I AM has sent me to you.' "
When Moses asked for credentials to use when he went to face a powerful skeptic, God simply said, "I AM WHO I AM". God is the Eternally Present, Eternally Powerful, and Eternally Personal God. Jesus is His Son. We either believe that or we don't. If we believe it, then we must stand on it. The only way to stand against relativism is with absolute truth.
By the way, how did that work out for Moses?
If God is Who He says He is, and if Jesus is His Son, then what He says must be obeyed. Even if it offends people. Even if it doesn't "feel right" to us.
Moses prevailed over Pharaoh because He believed God and obeyed Him, even though what God told him to do didn't always "feel right".
Here's your challenge today: Will you be right or will you "feel" right.