What is the Gospel? (Pt. 10) – “You are a New Creation”

This is part of the series “What is the Gospel?” As we have looked at what the Gospel is we have not touched on one key question regarding the Gospel’s ultimate purpose. Some may say that it is the salvation of the world. Others may say that it is to appease the wrath of God. […]

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The Problem with Pluralism

The Elephant Problem I was reading an article by Dr. Timothy Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York. In the article, Dr. Keller explains why Christians need to be clear that Christianity is not one option among many. Pluralism is the belief that there is more than one way of looking at […]

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What is the Gospel? (Pt. 9) – “What does it Mean to Be Born Again?”

This is part of the series “What is the Gospel?” This is the question that Nicodemas asked Jesus one night when he came to see Jesus [John 3:1-15]. Jesus has retreated to pray and here comes a member of the Pharisees, a ruler in the Jewish community. Nicodemas wants to know what it is that […]

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What is the Gospel? (Pt. 8) – “Commit to Repentance”

This is part of the series “What is the Gospel?” One of the key aspects of the Gospel is that repentance is not a one-time thing. We must commit ourselves to repentance. I mentioned previously that repentance is the turning away from sin. But many times we mistakenly believe that our lives will only require […]

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What is the Gospel? (Pt. 7) – “The Challenge of Repentance”

This is part of the series “What is the Gospel?” Jesus tells the story of a young man that had many possessions. He is commonly called the Rich Young Ruler. This young man comes to Jesus and asks him, “Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” [Mark 10:17] Jesus replies that he […]

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Culture’s Impact on Conversion

Jonathan Dobson writes for the Acts29 Network about the need to understand and adapt the way that we (Christians) present the gospel to those outside of the church. We all know, to varying degrees that our experience of the gospel and our response to the gospel is unique, but what do we do when we […]

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