Posts Tagged ‘Endorsement’

Paul Brewster has provided a gift for Baptists and fellow evangelicals by bringing the magnificent insights of Andrew Fuller once again to the forefront for a new generation. This timely and well-written volume exemplifies for us the kind of pastor-theologian model that is certainly worthy of imitation by the church leaders of our day. Brewster’s […]


Is the gospel—the “good news” that Jesus preached—the offer of forgiveness of sins, eternal life, prosperity, political power, social justice, religious power, or what?  There is no more foundational issue for understanding God’s purposes for Christians individually and for the church.  Yet the church today has often clouded Jesus’ gospel message.  As a leading New […]


“Bock has delivered the Gospel message in a new way, skillfully weaving passages and themes into a a theological rope that at the same time feels very comfortable, and immensely strong!” – Dr. Doug Pennoyer, Dean, Biola Cook School of Intercultural Studies


“One of today’s most prominent theologians takes a fresh look at the old, old story – the Gospel.   This is not a book just for your shelf; it is a must read for every pastor for both doctrinal study and practical application.” Dr. Mac Brunson


“You are holding in your hands a really rare book—one that goes all the way back to the New Testament in connecting the Gospel and the cross with the life of discipleship and the mission of the church in a broken world that needs the message of grace.  Darrell Bock is one of our best […]


“Darrell Bock has written a fine biblical theology of the gospel based on his wide studies in the Gospels and Acts. He shows that the gospel has a transformative power to bring a knowledge of God, a knowledge of self, a new way of living, and membership in a new family. The love of God […]


“There is no more important message in all the world than that contained in John 3:16. The contents of this book will encourage everyone who reads it to keep the balance in proclaiming this verse’s majestic truth.”  —Phil Roberts, president, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 


“Here are the clarion voices that are crystalline clear about one of the most important issues of our day.  This scholarly work with pastoral practicality gives great guidance through a thorny issue. I encourage every pastor to read this book.”  —Mac Brunson, senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida. 


“A much needed corrective to the contemporary rise of Calvinism especially among young Christians; it presents a scholarly, biblically accurate and reasonable case against radical Reformed theology.”    —Roger E. Olson, professor of Theology, George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University, Waco, Texas 


“Exploring issues from a biblical, historical, philosophical, and theological perspective, the contributors to Whosoever Will have put forward an alternative to the Calvinist model of the doctrine of salvation within Baptist life.” 
  
—David S. Dockery, president, Union University