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The Prodigal Evangelical: Why, Despite…

The Prodigal Evangelical: Why, Despite Everything, I Still Belong to the…

by Gerard Kelly

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The Christian faith is about grace, not law, yet evangelicals so often get it wrong. Gerard uses the story of the Prodigal Son to unpack this vital idea and to explain why he is still willing to be called an evangelical – because the Christian story centers on the breadth and depth of God’s love. This is the narrative at the heart of the faith. We can’t afford to lose it.

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