Jesus: The Only Way to God &mdash Must You Hear the Gospel to be Saved?
Jesus: The Only Way to God &mdash Must You Hear the Gospel to be Saved?
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  • 144 Pages
  • Publisher : Baker Book House
  • Publication Date : August 2010

Jesus: The Only Way to God &mdash Must You Hear the Gospel to be Saved?

Piper, John

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Is Jesus still the only way?

If the church was ever too confrontational in its evangelism, those days are gone. In our shrinking, pluralistic world, the belief that Jesus is the only way of salvation is increasingly called arrogant and even hateful. In the face of this criticism, many shrink back from affirming the global necessity of knowing and believing in Jesus.

In Jesus: The Only Way to God--Must You Hear the Gospel to Be Saved? John Piper offers a timely plea for the evangelical church to consider what is at stake in surrendering the unique, universal place of Jesus in salvation. If you're concerned about the current state of evangelism--and the church--this book is a must-read.

144 Pages
Published August 2010

About the Author

John Piper (DrTheol, University of Munich) is the pastor for preaching and vision at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he has served since 1980. He is the author of more than forty books, including Desiring God, The Pleasures of God, and Let the Nations Be Glad!, and thirty years of his preaching and teaching is available at John and his wife, Noel, have four sons, one daughter, and an increasing number of grandchildren.