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    I want to continue looking at the concept that the Word is not flat. Certain teachings in the Bible take priority over other teachings, they are the “more important matters” in God’s Word. One way you can tell is to look for what the Bible says is important. Another is to look for what the […]

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  • 02/25/08--14:57: What is the gospel?
  • What is the gospel? I’ve heard people point to 1 Corinthians 15 to get a definition of the gospel: “Now I would remind you, brothers, of the gospel I preached to you, which you received, in which you stand, and by which you are being saved, if you hold fast to the word I preached […]

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  • 03/03/09--04:01: Sharing the good news
  • As we talk to people about the good news of salvation, it’s important that we remember what we have to share. What we have that our world needs is the good news about Jesus. It’s easy to get distracted with other things. We can be tempted to go out preaching the church, preaching a certain […]

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  • 01/28/10--04:00: People need the good news
  • Yesterday’s post spurred some interesting conversation about just what it is we teach people as they are coming to God. Let me state plainly that I believe that people need to hear the good news about Jesus. I prefer to begin a study by going through one of the gospels, just to make sure that […]

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    I’ve been thinking about the gospel. The good news of Jesus. I’m wondering how much bad news is an inherent part of the good news. There has to be some. For Jesus to be the answer, there has to be a problem that needs a solution. But what is the problem? Is it sin? Is […]

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    To promote this year’s Summer Blog Tour, we’re giving away one set of Church Inside Out, both book and workbook. Just leave a comment below then enter over HERE. The Gospel Inside Out I’m afraid the title is more ambitious than my few paragraphs offer. To make my task more manageable, I offer a few […]