The Jesus You Can't Ignore (paperback) Paperback
What You Must Learn from the Bold Confrontations of Christ
by John MacArthur;
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The Jesus You Can't Ignore (paperback)
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The most popular descriptions of Jesus would be, meek and mild, politically correct, a brilliant teacher. But this isn’t the full picture. Jesus was also fierce and passionate, he had to be in order to teach the gospel and bring people into the Kingdom of God, but most Christian find this side of Jesus uncomfortable.
Introduction - History, arguments and the truth war
When it’s Wrong to be Nice – How to defend the truth, what would Jesus do
Two Passovers – Scenes in Jerusalem and a cross-examination
A Midnight View – The Pharisees, Prophecies, Nicodemus
This Man Speaks Blasphemies – Trouble for Jesus, and the forgiving sins
Breaking the Sabbath – Consorting with sinners, Jesus and God
Hard Preaching – The big sermons and dealing with hypocrisy
Unpardonable Sin – Healing, deliverance, vipers and forgiveness
Woe – My father’s house, the final sermon, not so meek and mild
Appendices – Including Josephus on Jewish sects
The Jesus You Can't Ignore (paperback) by John MacArthur was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2010. The ISBN for The Jesus You Can't Ignore (paperback) is 9781400202973.
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|Page last updated||23rd October 2016|
|Author / Artist||John MacArthur|
|Items in Pack||36|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||234|