Jan 19, 2017

The Gospel’s Compelling Uniqueness

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Here's an excerpt from The Gospel's Compelling Uniqueness, Jared Wilson's contribution to the January issue of Tabletalk:

Just as in the days of his earthly ministry, the truth claims of Christ and His church continue to both resonate and repel. Of course, it's the repulsion that many evangelicals today are concerned about. Some of them are concerned enough about it that they seek to soften some of the harder edges of the Christian faith to make it more appealing. And what we discover in adulterating the message of Jesus is that we may soften people's objections to Him, but we also temper their enthusiasm. The safe Jesus of modern evangelicalism is not offensive, but neither is He very compelling.

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