“Differences between much of today’s preaching and that of Jesus are not petty; they are enormous. The chief errors are not in emphasis or approach but in the heart of the Gospel message. Were there a deficiency in one of the areas mentioned in these pages, it would be serious.”
The way He did it. The way He looked at matters. Most significant!
… to distinguise the True Gospel…
But to ignore all the attributes of God, the holy Law of God, repentance, a call to bow to the enthroned Christ and to pervert the doctrine of assurance, is the most vital mistake.
This powerfully-written book has a message which goes to the heart of the contemporary problem in a way that conferences and commissions on evangelism have failed to do. Its expository approach is particularly valuable.
About the Author: Walter J Chantry was born in 1938 at Norristown, Pennsylvania, raised in the Presbyterian Church, graduated BA in History from Dickinson College, Carlisle in 1960, and BD from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1963, from which time he has been pastor of Grace Baptist Church, Carlisle. He is married with three grown-up children.