In the last 25 years, Christians seem to have become far more interested in working for social justice, but less interested in telling people the good news of Jesus. Bill Drewett argues for a fresh appraisal of the gospel, so that we rediscover its power in a post-christendom, postmodern world.
Today: We’re all familiar with 20th century presentations of ‘the gospel’. But when Paul, Peter and the other apostles spoke about ‘the good news of Christ Jesus’, did they mean something like these, or something rather different?
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