No Other Gospel: 31 Reasons from Galatians Why Justification by Faith Alone Is the Only Gospel
"Pastor Josh Moody takes us verse-by-verse through Paul's letter to the Galatians. Along the way, he exposes our tendency toward man-exalting gospels' and then focuses our attention on the good news that exalts Christ. No Other Gospel is a model of compelling biblical exposition and a timely reminder to the Church of the unchanging good news."See All
author, Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals
"Josh Moody's No Other Gospel blends attention to the text, theological insight, and pastoral application in a model of Scriptural exposition. His focus on Galatians is a great choice, since this letter addresses so clearly the nature and importance of the gospel a critical matter in an age when so many Christians and so many churches are confused about the gospel and its centrality."See All
Douglas J. Moo
Blanchard Professor of New Testament, Wheaton College
"These expositions are clear, well-organized, exegetically careful, and theologically faithful. They're also filled with good illustrations, personal application, and a proper dose of British wit. These qualities make for very good preaching and a very good book."See All
Senior Pastor, University Reformed Church, East Lansing, Michigan.
"Paul's Letter to the Galatians so strongly and passionately articulates the gospel of grace that it has proved transforming in many generations of preachers from Luther to Wesley and beyond. Here Josh Moody reinforces that heritage for the twenty-first century."See All
D. A. Carson
Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
As fallen human beings we are quick to deviate from the true gospel, for, as Pastor Josh Moody writes, “we tend toward human gospels.” Believers must constantly battle to maintain the purity and simplicity of the gospel. Paul was acutely aware of this as he wrote his letter to the Galatians. He was writing to an established church—experienced believers who had started to slip in their gospel witness.
Moody finds in Galatians particular relevance and parallels to many churches today. Stemming from a series of sermons delivered to his church, he examines thirty-one reasons Paul gives for this gospel. Moody writes this book with a pastor’s heart, addressing important topics such as “The Gospel Not Moralism” and “The Use of Gospel Freedom.” Paul’s message is foundational to the Christian faith, and thoughtful readers will benefit from Moody’s exposition.