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Ashamed of the Gospel

When the Church Becomes Like the World
Narrated by: Jonathan Marosz
Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins

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"I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of the God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek." Romans 1:16

With this verse, John MacArthur begins to remind us of C. H. Spurgeon's warning in 1800's England. "Everywhere there is apathy. Nobody cares whether that which is preached is true or false. A sermon is a sermon whatever the subject; only, the shorter it is the better."

Until all that changes, until we return to our calling to go into all the world and preach the Gospel without shame, the Church is in danger of losing its impact on society. And that would be our generation's greatest loss.

©2001 John MacArthur (P)2008 christianaudio.com

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  • Jpawley
  • 03-08-2017

It is Difficult to dislike the Truth!!!

Very good and logical methods to determine if the church or your church is headed in the Biblical direction. As with audio, difficult to take notes, especially when driving.

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  • Kevin Floyd
  • 08-05-2019

Truth

Truth!!! This is the best book I’ve read on what happened to the church today in modern America. John MacArthur is correct

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-09-2018

Awesome

This is surely a must read book for every believer, especially church leaders. We should never be ashamed of the Gospel.

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  • Sean Hochdorf
  • 23-06-2015

Good for the most part...

John did well explaining the scriptures in most places. However, his theology concerning the sovereignty of God and the responsibility of people is certainly skewed by his Calvinistic view.

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