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Publication Date: 2013
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Author Greg Gilbert uses evidence from the Bible to provide answers to the most commonly asked questions about Jesus Christ.
Greg Gilbert (MDiv, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is senior pastor at Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of What Is the Gospel?, James: A 12-Week Study, and Who Is Jesus?, and is the co-author (with Kevin DeYoung) of What Is the Mission of the Church?.
Dr AmyPAAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Good tract to give the seekerMarch 17, 2015Dr AmyPAAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a good tract to hand out when working with someone who is open to the gospel and wants to know more. That is what I was looking for so I am pleased. Using with teen girls.
C. Kevin Farr5 Stars Out Of 5A must-read and a must-shareFebruary 3, 2015C. Kevin FarrQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5What is the Gospel? by Dr. Gilbert is a clear, concise, and compelling explanation and defense of the biblical and saving Gospel. Every follower of Jesus needs to understand and share the whole Gospel. This book will help.
Farmer5 Stars Out Of 5What is the Gospel - hand out tractsJanuary 12, 2015FarmerExcellent handout - I give these to groups of people whom I have never spoken to before - giving them something to take with them. Many people don't want others to know they are reading anything about Jesus in front of other friends. This gives them the opportunity to take something home and read it in the privacy of their own home. Great witnessing tool.
Farmer5 Stars Out Of 5What is the Gospel?August 22, 2014FarmerThis book is one of the best there is at explaining the Gospel....I have a campground ministry and have given many of these books away to adult campers. Great book and even better story! If you know someone who is not "born again" they need to read this book!
David GoughAlexandria, VAAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5The Gospel clearly explained!July 24, 2012David GoughAlexandria, VAAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Nothing...I repeat nothing is more important than a clear understanding of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Many well-intentioned writers have set out to offer a concise explanation of God's sovereign grace to sinners, but have ended up only muddying the biblical waters. Greg Gilbert's small book (127 pages) has accomplished what others have not. Writing in a clear, sometimes humorous and easily readable style, Gilbert cuts through theological jargon that often sidetracks the layman and gets to the core of the Gospel without robbing it of its essential character. The chapters are brief and easily digestible. The author starts with the the holy and righteous character of God, a critical place to begin and one that is at times watered down in some presentations. From there he moves to the sinful nature of man, thus establishing the "bad news" that makes the "good news" necessary. At this point the saving work of Jesus Christ--His death and resurrection, and purpose for both--is introduced. At this point, man's response--both faith and repentance--is discussed. In my opinion, this is the most valuable chapter in the book. Gilbert does a credible job of distinguishing faith and repentance (showing both to be gifts of God) and explaining why both are required for biblical salvation. He could have stopped there, but adds three additional chapters explaining the benefits of salvation. These provide an edifying conclusion to a well-written and much needed book. I am not overstating the case when I say that this is perhaps the best book I have ever read that attempts to explain the Gospel in terms that can be easily comprehended. My intention is to purchase a supply of these to distribute as gifts to my unsaved family and friends, as well as to believers who struggle to share the Gospel because they have difficulty finding the words in which to frame it. As a pastor, I try to read three or four books each month. This one, along with John Piper's "Don't Waste Your Life" and David Platt's "Radical" are those that I most recommend to others.