People are not offended by it because sin and its dreadful consequences, which is God’s wrath upon sinners, are not mentioned. The full implications of Jesus’ death on the cross, where He shed His blood and laid down His life to serve God’s death penalty upon sinners (Rom. 6:23), is not explicitly proclaimed.
What he does proclaim is a general identification with Jesus Christ, and the many blessings that He has in store for us. Christianity is so positively and beneficially presented, and rendered so acceptable to sinners by associating it with modern music and worldly methods of spiritual motivation, that great crowds are drawn into the church. The large flow of people into mega churches, as well as the sharply rising income of congregations, are interpreted as a spiritual revival and a new reformation movement.