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The Underestimated Gospel

Author : Jonathan Leeman
Publisher : B&H Publishing Group
Release : 2014-05-01
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781433683916


Book The Underestimated Gospel Description/Summary:

Everyone is looking for power. Political campaigns play to the power of fear and hope; advertising agencies rely on the power of appetite, both wielding power by the means of words. But churches have something different and better. Churches have the gospel. Though we live in the world, we must not wage war like the world, or fight with its weapons. On the contrary, we have divine power to demolish strongholds. The gospel consists merely of words, but those words have the unexpected and underestimated power to create new life, to justify, to prepare a bride, to give the foretaste of glory. Christian conversion depends upon the underestimated power of the gospel. Authors Jonathan Leeman, R. Albert Mohler Jr., Thabiti Anyabwile, David Platt, Kevin DeYoung, Mark Dever, C.J. Mahaney, Matt Chandler, John Piper, and J. Ligon Duncan III call readers to herald a common refrain: Do not underestimate the gospel, and do not underestimate the God of this gospel.

Saint Peter

Author : Martin Hengel,Thomas Trapp
Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release : 2010-10-12
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780802827180


Book Saint Peter Description/Summary:

Given that Peter fades from view halfway through the book of Acts and that he left no gospel account in his name, it is tempting for many biblical scholars to dismiss him as a vague figure in Christian history and downplay his influence in the early church. Martin Hengel rejects this underestimation of the apostle and argues that Peter was in fact the Rock, central to the development of both the Jewish and the Gentile Christian communities. Hengel clearly shows how each of the four gospels specifically highlights Peter's foundational role. He considers what Peter's message must have been as an eyewitness of Christ, reflects on Peter's theology, and draws attention to Peter's work as an organizer and mission strategist. Hengel also examines the contributions of married apostles ù like Peter ù and their family communities to the rapid and enduring spread of the Christian message.


Author : Collin Hansen,Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra
Publisher : Multnomah
Release : 2021-04-06
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780593193587


Book Gospelbound Description/Summary:

A profound exploration of how to hold on to hope when our unchanging faith collides with a changing culture, from two respected Christian storytellers and thought leaders. “Offers neither spin control nor image maintenance for the evangelical tribe, but genuine hope.”—Russell Moore, president of ERLC As the pressures of health warnings, economic turmoil, and partisan politics continue to rise, the influence of gospel-focused Christians seems to be waning. In the public square and popular opinion, we are losing our voice right when it’s needed most for Christ’s glory and the common good. But there’s another story unfolding too—if you know where to look. In Gospelbound, Collin Hansen and Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra counter these growing fears with a robust message of resolute hope for anyone hungry for good news. Join them in exploring profound stories of Christians who are quietly changing the world in the name of Jesus—from the wild world of digital media to the stories of ancient saints and unsung contemporary activists on the frontiers of justice and mercy. Discover how, in these dark times, the light of Jesus shines even brighter. You haven’t heard the whole story. And that’s good news.

Making the Gospels

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release : 2019-05-23
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781532651069


Book Making the Gospels Description/Summary:

The Gospels are the most important texts of the Bible because they tell the story about Jesus--who he was and what he achieved. If we did not have the Gospels, the prophecies about the Messiah in the Old Testament would be left hanging and the passing references in the apostles' letters would leave us baffled about the identity of this mysterious figure, Jesus. During the past several hundred years some scholars have implied that key figures from the first century had conspired to present a Jesus who was different from Jesus as he really was--Paul, Mark, and the editor of the so-called "Q" document. The real Jesus, it is claimed, was not a redeemer but a charismatic rabbi or prophet. Paul Barnett engages with key advocates of a deconstructed Jesus by attempting to work out historically just how the Gospels came to be written. As a result of this inquiry, a cogent picture emerges that explains many of the who, the when, and the why questions about the writing of the Gospels. Inevitably, however, because of our distance from that era, there are many details missing and many details that remain a mystery. But mystery does not imply conspiracy.

British Black Gospel

Author : Steve Alexander Smith
Publisher : Monarch Books
Release : 2009
Category : Gospel music
ISBN : 9781854248961


Book British Black Gospel Description/Summary:

Gospel music in Britain today is a rapidly emerging genre and its effect and influence on other areas of the record industry cannot be underestimated. The style of gospel is wide and apart form the traditional hymn based choir arrangements there is a whole range of subgenres incorporating Soul, Jazz, Funk, Reggae, R n B, Calypso, classical music, hip hop and praise and worship which form part of this colourful and inspirational market. Steve Smith traces the roots of modern black gospel from 19th Century Black pioneers such as Thomas Rutling and the Fisk Jubilee Singers, who performed for Queen Victoria, to the contemporary sound of the London Community Gospel Choir. He tells his story with a wealth of anecdotes and photos. The book is accompanied by an audio CD of the spectrum of British black gospel.

The Simple Gospel

Author : Harold Sydney Brewster
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1922
Category : Sermon on the mount


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The Unadjusted Gospel

Author : Mark Dever,Ligon Duncan,R. Albert Mohler Jr.,C. J. Mahaney
Publisher : Crossway
Release : 2014-04-30
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781433531903


Book The Unadjusted Gospel Description/Summary:

Responding to the perennial temptation to “tame” the message about Jesus, leaders such as John MacArthur, John Piper, Thabiti Anyabwile, and R. C. Sproul challenge Christians to hold fast to the faith by emphasizing the importance of maintaining a pure and unadulterated view of the gospel. Whether it’s looking back at the New Testament and the church fathers or forward to the church’s continued mission of faithful biblical preaching and thoughtful cultural engagement, the contributors draw on their extensive ministry experience to offer readers a thoughtful plea for safeguarding the message of the gospel in the midst of our pluralistic world.

The Social Gospel

Author : Shailer Mathews
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1910
Category : Christian sociology
ISBN : UOM:39015063163755


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Graeco-Roman Memoirs

Author : Egypt Exploration Society
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1904
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : UIUC:30112086106223


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