Item description for The Simplicity of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Him Crucified by Jerry Lindsey...
This book shows how easy it is to live as a child of the Most High God! It has nothing to do with any type of religion or tradition of men, but it is the true word of God. His simple plan or purpose to redeem man from hell. Man was incapable of delivering himself so God made all the provisions. Man has only to accept that which was done on his behalf at calvary. Under the law it was do and live, but now under grace its believe and live. Jesus has already finished the work in fulfilling the law that was against us. He made the way so we may walk therein and live.
Acts 8:37And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
Romans 10:9-10That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.56" Width: 6.7" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.52 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2001
Publisher Writers Club Press
ISBN 0595212085 ISBN13 9780595212088
Availability 59 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 03:30.
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No Stars--but you can't choose that on the rating scale May 22, 2003
I am a part-time church worker who was allowed to borrow this book. The title was interesting, so I felt that I might learn something from it. What I learned was that the author has a great distance to travel before he is ready to publish anything for consumption by the general public--in general--and his congregation specifically. I will confine my remarks to two areas: style and content. In the area of style, it is quickly evident that there was no proof-reader/editor--even though one is listed in the book. There are so many typographical errors as to make the book unreadable. Additionally, there are so many instances of CAPS being LOCKed, underscores, and bold print that the reader is sure to become dazed, stunned, confused, bewildered, etc. Finally, the book is short, but it is divided into too many chapters. The content of the book is not much better. As I already mentioned, there are too many chapters. The chapters are focused too narrowly--my opinion--and the commentary (if it can truly be called that) is rudimentary, at best. On a positive note, there are no words that cannot be understood in the entire text--except for those that are grammatically incorrect. The author takes too long in identifying the role of the Holy Spirit. Furthermore, he does a poor job of presenting the totality of the Trinity. Finally, his treatments of justification and sanctification are horrible. After reading the book for just over 30 minutes, I had to put it down and leave it. So, my advice to you is to leave this book alone, and read a book by another Jerry--Jerry Bridges.