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Hell's Best Kept Secret (Expanded Edition with Study Guide)

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  • Posted August 24, 2011

    Every Christian Needs To Read This Book!

    Don't just tell people they need salvation, show them why! This book will help you reach anyone, regardless of their faith. Ray's techniques make sense and are formulated to grasp the conscience, convict the heart, and bring someone to true repentance and faith in Jesus Christ!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 19, 2010

    Strong medicine for Christian wimps!

    I first saw this book on a friend's shelf and was intrigued by the rather unexpected message on the spine, which read, "Hell's Best-Kept Secret- Comfort"(!) Needless to say, this is NOT the theme of the book, and the publishers have now corrected the problem by writing out the author's full name. This is actually a book on evangelism and on how the clear message of the Bible is often distorted by those of us who want to make it known but are unduly influenced by our desire to be positive and avoid controversy. Comfort shows why a watered-down Bible message is worse than none. For the Christian who doesn't share his faith effectively and/ or the non-Christian who finds that what he's heard about the gospel doesn't add up, this is an eye-opening book. It is also thoughtful, disarmingly honest, and lightened by many entertaining or poignant anecdotes.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 31, 2014

    Eye opening!

    Through memorable illustrations and stories, Ray Comfort shoots holes in contemporary Christian thinking.

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