Issues facing evangelicalism today
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"The evangelistic consequences of Evangelicalism's aversion to the doctrine of eternal punishment"
"Evangelicalism's emotional detachment from the pain and peril of this lost world"
"Evangelicalism's preoccupation with lesser passions than reaching the lost"
If you have found the sermons in this series interesting or helpful, you might also benefit from the following related resources available on our website:
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- O Sleeper Arise! (Jonah 1:1-6)
- The Compelling Commission (Luke 14)
- A Spirit Of Apathy (Romans 9:1-3)
- At Ease In Zion (Amos 6:1)
- Visionary Or Stationary? (Proverbs 29:18)
- Bringing People To Jesus (Mark 7:31-37)
- The Wisdom Of A Master Soul-Winner (1 Corinthians 9:15-23)
- The Call To Follow And Fish (Mark 1:16-20)
- Rescue The Falling (Jude 1)
- A Message To Be Proud Of (Romans 1:16-17)
- The Wrath Of God (Romans 1:16-18)
- The Touch Of The Servant's Hand (Mark 1:40-45)
- Four Soul-Winners And The Forgiveness Of Sins (Mark 2:1-12)
- The Dilemma Of Jonah (Jonah)
- STUDY SERIES: The Revival We Need
Whatever Happened To Hell?, by John Blanchard
Nobody can think seriously about hell and remain emotionally and psychologically unaffected. The idea that after a few years of life on earth an untold number of human beings, many of whom would be thought of as decent, law-abiding citizens, will spend eternity in indescribable agony and exposed to God’s relentless anger is overwhelming.
Reaction to the paralysing prospect of everlasting punishment varies from those who dismiss the whole idea because they reject the authority of Scripture, to those who seek to soften its impact by reducing hell to manageable proportions.
What does happen after death? What if the traditional pictures of hell as a place of endless punishment and suffering are true? What if millions of ordinary men and women are on their way there? What if we are? And if so, is there any way in which we can avoid hell or evade it? These are vitally important questions and this book sets out to find answers to them.
Available from amazon.co.uk, amazon.com, icmbooks.co.uk - 333 pages.
See also: How Can A God Of Love Send People To Hell? (John Benton, amazon.com, amazon.co.uk)
See also: Hell on Trial (Robert Peterson, amazon.com, amazon.co.uk)
The Passion For Souls, by J. H. Jowett
John Henry Jowett was minister at the famed Westminster Chapel subsequent to G. Campbell Morgan and previous to D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones' eminent periods of service. A work of simplicity, pathos and great depth to those who would be like Christ in His desire to seek and save the lost. Bound in woven cloth with a smyth-sewn binding for durability. Contents include:
1. The Disciple's Theme
2. The Disciple's Sacrifice
3. The Disciple's Tenderness
4. The Disciple's Watching for Souls
5. The Disciple's Companion
6. The Disciple's Rest
7. The Disciple's Vision
Available from the publishers, Dust and Ashes.
Churches Beware!, by J.C. Ryle
A modern edition of 'Warnings To The Churches'
J. C. Ryle is best known for his plain and lively writings on practical and spiritual themes. His great aim, in all his ministry, was to encourage strong and serious Christian living. He recognized that, as a pastor of the flock of God, he had a responsibility to guard Christ's sheep and to warn them whenever he saw approaching dangers. His love for the church shines through all his preaching and writing. His fearless proclamation of biblical truths, his insight into the dangers threatening the church, his practical wisdom and his penetrating comments are as wise and relevant today as they were when he first wrote them.
Truth never changes. Language does. Many treasures remain unread, often because older language puts off modern readers. In the academic arena scholars continually offer new translations of standard classics. It is appropriate that a modern edition of J. C. Ryle's classic book, Warnings to the Churches, be offered by Evangelical Press. This is a superbly done modern edition, and this generation should be encouraged to read it.
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