This is the question that I was asked at San Dimas after I finished speaking at Christian club. I spoke out of Mark 14 and what worship is - the fact that worship is every single thing that we do for Jesus. After I finished teaching, I was walking out and had a student stop me. She said, "Can I ask you a question?" I said, "Absolutely." She then said, "What do you think about non-Christians?" Honestly, I have never been asked that question by a non-Christian before. I looked at her and said this: "I love non-Christians. They are so great, and as a Christian I'm supposed to tell as many non-Christians as possible about Jesus and what he has done and wants to do in their lives. Non-Christians are great. In fact, when Jesus was walking on the earth, he got more irritated with the religious people than he did with the 'non-Christians.'" I invited her to come to PFB and hear more about Jesus and what he offers. She wasn't quite sure that she wanted to but at least she heard about Jesus.
I walked out wondering if my answer was the same type of answer that Jesus would give. How would you answer that question? Remember, the question is not what does Jesus think about non-Christians. Rather, it is about what you think about non-Christians. What would you say?