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Steve Sewell, “The Gospel and the Kingdom”

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Is the gospel message we preach a gospel of true substance? Is it entirely Biblical? Does the listener really understand the message? Does it result in genuine conversions? I believe that the gospel message that…

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An Arminian and a Calvinist Share the Gospel Together

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Even though this video does not consider Arminian/Calvinist issues specifically, we include it here because the gospel is fundamental to our identity as evangelicals and to highlight how Arminians and Calvinists have the same basic…

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Arminianism & the Good News of Jesus Christ

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by The Remonstrant In contrast with Calvinism, I believe it may be said that Arminianism is a more apt ‘nickname’ for the good news of Jesus Christ.  Arminianism not only affirms the indiscriminate nature of…

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Roger Olson, “For God So Loved the World”

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This is the heart of the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and therefore of authentic Christianity: the incarnation of God as “one of us.” Take it away and Christianity is little more…

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Calvinism and Evangelistic Method

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In my Evangelism class at The College at Southeastern, composed of both seminary and college students, the professor had the class form groups of four in order for each group to construct a gospel tract, each group having its own leader (chosen by date of birth). The leader of our group was taking advice from the other members and was very open to suggestions. When he declared that we were nearly finished, except for a few statements which needed to be nuanced, I responded, “Wait, but we have yet to inform the person what to do with this information.” He responded, “Well, I’m against anything like ‘pray this prayer after me.'” I agreed and said, “Is that our only option? We must tell the person to trust in Christ.” He was not fond of that idea.

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