Go: A Short Theology of Why the World Won't, Can't, and Shouldn't Come to the Gospel

Go: A Short Theology of Why the World Won't, Can't, and Shouldn't Come to the Gospel

by Bryan Fraser

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Overview

We're all supposed to invite our friends to church, right?

An unchurched "pagan" for his first 23 years, pastor Bryan Fraser calls into question the wide-spread practice of "magnet" evangelism we all take for granted. He explains how unbelievers need to hear the gospel from a different angle than Christians do. He then describes what goes wrong when we bring them into our fish bowl on Sunday morning and start cleaning them before we catch them.

Fraser clearly lays out the theological, cultural, anthropological, and historical reasons we need to reconsider Jesus' command to go into the world individually as the seeds, salt, and leaven of the gospel. The book discusses:

- What the natural man can and can't understand about the gospel,
- The only thing a person must believe about Jesus in order to believe in Jesus,
- How our familiar "sinner's prayer" gospel reverses the biblical sequence of belief and discipleship,
- How we have hybridized gospel and law in a manner that far overshoots the simplicity of the New Testament gospel, and
- Why the gospel addresses the problem of sin after belief, not before.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781496149220
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/04/2014
Pages: 130
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

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