The great deception of the 21st century
At a time when the church needs an urgent wake-up call and a fresh encounter with Jesus, the hyper-grace message is lulling many to sleep. Claiming to be a new revelation of grace, this teaching is gaining in popularity, but is it true? Or is the glorious truth of grace being polluted by errors, leading to backsliding, compromise, and even the abandonment of faith?
Hyper-Grace looks at the major teachings put forth by many adherents of this “grace reformation” and prayerfully compares those teachings with the Word of God, answering questions such as:
· How do our sins affect our relationship with God?
· What is the relevance of the Old Testament to our faith?
· What does Jesus actually have to say about grace?
Without watering down the Bible’s true message of grace, Michael Brown gives you the facts, demonstrating the dangers of this seductive message and showing you how to keep from being taken in.
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Table of Contents
1 Why I Love the Message of Grace 1
2 Is There a New Grace Reformation? 8
3 Name-Calling, Judgmentalism, and Divisiveness in the Name of Grace 22
4 Has God Already Forgiven Our Future Sins? 39
5 Should Believers Confess Their Sins to God? 51
6 The Holy Spirit, Conviction of Sin, and Repentance 69
7 Sanctified or Not? 91
8 Find Out What Pleases the Lord 111
9 Is Spirituality Effortless? 128
10 Is God Always in a Good Mood? 149
11 Marcion Revisited 167
12 The Law of the Lord Is Good 183
13 Why Are We Running From the Words of Jesus? 203
14 The New Gnostics 220
15 The Finished Work of the Cross 239
Appendix: Once Saved, Always Saved? 249
What People are Saying About This
“I’m so thankful for leaders like Michael Brown who are boldly standing up for the glorious truth of the biblical grace message.” Mike Bickle, founder, IHOP-KC
“Michael Brown is a master at defending the truth.” Steve Hill, evangelist
“Passionate, powerful, and persuasive with a masterful use of the biblical text.” Dr. Daniel Juster, director, Tikkun International
Hometown: Huntersville, NC