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The Unadjusted Gospel by Mark Dever
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The Unadjusted Gospel (edition 2014)

by Mark Dever (Author)

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The Unadjusted Gospel (Together for the Gospel) by Mark Dever

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Leaders in the Together For The Gospel coalition refine their sermons from the 2010 T4G Conference into book form. The book includes eight discussions focusing on The (Unadjusted) Gospel: how a clear gospel message affects the church, the Christian life, engaging lost communities, and how to keep it pure. Contributors are: Mark Dever, J. Ligon Duncan III, R. Albert Mohler Jr., C.J. Mahaney, Tahiti M. Anyabwile, John MacArthur, John Piper, and R.C. Sproul. I especially enjoyed the messages by John MacArthur (Sowing the Seed and Sleeping Well) on proclaiming the gospel while resting on the knowledge that God is the one who does the converting; J. Ligon Duncan (Did The Fathers Know The Gospel?) where he discusses several of the early church fathers, what they wrote about the gospel, how they too were fallible and got things wrong during their time, but especially what we can learn from them; and, C.J. Mahaney (Ordinary Pastors) in which he discusses one of the most difficult aspects of being a pastor, namely, to faithfully proclaim God's message, evangelize, and shepherd today, and tomorrow, and the next day. ( )
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