1. The Lost Message of Jesus
    The Lost Message of Jesus
    Steve Chalke, Alan Mann
    Zondervan / 2004 / Trade Paperback
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    2.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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  1. 1 Stars Out Of 5
    April 26, 2008
    Justin Ngien
    I do not understand why this book is being sold here and published by Zondervan when it clearly profanes and twists what Scriptures clearly thought about the historical doctrine of the Atonement. It is so clear as to the extract given by Jeremy Gardiner in his review. Any true born again believer with the Holy Spirit can easily decern it. Please stay away from this book and the author. This book is a clear stumbling block!
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    January 9, 2008
    Jeremy Gardiner
    Instead of giving a review, I'll give you a quote from the author and if you're saved you should be able to discern this dangerous blasphemy.The fact is that the cross isn't a form of cosmic child abusea vengeful Father, punishing his Son for an offense he has not even committed. Understandably, both people inside and outside of the Church have found this twisted version of events morally dubious and a huge barrier to faith. Deeper than that, however, is that such a concept stands in total contradiction to the statement: God is love. If the cross is a personal act of violence perpetrated by God towards humankind but borne by his Son, then it makes a mockery of Jesus' own teaching to love your enemies and to refuse to repay evil with evil. (Steve Chalke and Alan Mann, The Lost Message of Jesus, [Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2003], pp. 182-183)STAY AWAY FROM THIS BOOK AND THE AUTHOR
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    February 22, 2006
    Mark Robinson
    A provocative and stimulating book for everyone interested in what Jesus came to do. Even if you don't agree with everything in this book, it does at least make you question whether the church has been lopsided in its preaching of the Gospel. Why did Jesus preach so much about the Kingdom, but Christians concentrate their message principally on the forgiveness of sins?
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