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The Naked Gospel: The Truth You May Never Hear in Church


Jesus plus nothing. 100% natural. No additives. It's the truth you may never hear in church. The Naked Gospel is a chapter-by-chapter assault on the ... Show synopsis

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Book Review: The Naked Gospel

by KeikiHendrix on Sep 11, 2009

Jesus Plus Nothing.? Christian, are you a legalist? Are you bound by your to do list for God? Does the word obligation weigh heavy in your mind when you consider your Lord? These are all questions I would consider asking someone before I would recommend they read ?The Naked Gospel: The Truth You May Never Hear in Church? by Andrew Farley, Lead Teaching Pastor of Ecclesia - Church Without Religion, located in Lubbock, Texas. Effective marketing caught my attention with the clear plastic dust jacket and table of contents on the front cover. Further you find the dedication to his son with enthusiastic encouragement and also a brief quote referencing Arthur Bury?s book called ?The Naked Gospel?. And finally the discussion guide for each chapter named ?Nude Reflections?. All quite interesting and imaginative but the content is what stirred quite a few conversations with my husband and friends on the issues raised in this work. It is a fresh, clear look at the issue of Salvation by Grace, not works as well as living by Grace, not Law. The reader is asked a series of questions to begin the dialogue of the book. I was quickly taken aback as I immediately disagreed with some of the statements made. Not wanting to give away the content, suffice it to say, these are standard and pointed questions. My advice would be to read them closely before you answer. Andrew Farley?s direct and honest writing style adds to the sections of personal testimony and illustrations. His does not mince words. He addresses objections and then brings the reader back to the main them of ?Jesus Plus Nothing?. Upon reflection, there were sections that at first I did not agree, but after consideration, the doctrine was sound. It is New Covenant living that Andrew Farley offers in this book. It does not diminish Old Covenant standards but amplifies the simplicity of the New Covenant. This is a book for the genuine believer who has walked the road of obligation and perhaps needs to breathe the fresh air of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a believer, there is nothing you can do to make God love you more; and there is nothing you can do to make God love you less. God just loves you. There is only one response to this kind of Love ? walking in it. I recommend this book, for discussion and examination. For a limited time, you can download an electronic copy of this book. Instructions for download of this resource are located on our Free Download page or from Andrew Farley?s website TheNakedGospel. Keiki Hendrix Vessel Project Book Reviewer

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