Read The Gospel According to Paul: Embracing the Good News at the Heart of Paul's Teachings Online Free - From master-expositor and Bible teacher John MacArthur, a revelatory exploration of what the apostle Paul actually taught about the good news of Jesus
The apostle Paul penned a number of very pithy, focused passages in his letters to the early church that summarize the gospel message in just a few well-chosen words. Each of these key texts has a unique emphasis highlighting some essential aspect of the Good News. The chapters in this revelatory new book closely examine those vital gospel texts, one verse at a time. John MacArthur, host of the popular media ministry Grace to You, president of the Master’s University and Seminary, and longtime pastor at Grace Community Church, tackles such questions as, What is the gospel? What are the essential elements of the message? How can we be certain we have it right? And how should Christians be proclaiming the Good News to the world? As always, the answers John MacArthur gives are clear, compelling, well-reasoned, easy to grasp, and above all, thoroughly biblical. The Gospel According to Paul is written in a style that is easily accessible to lay people, including those who know very little about the Bible, while being of great value to seasoned pastors and experienced ministers.
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March 28, 2017
I was given this book by my roommate because he said he wouldn't finish it and he knows (as everyone does, it seems) the extent to which I devour books. I have read books (and even reviewed a couple of albums) from this author before , and I have generally liked them. I was not pleased with th...
April 07, 2017
John MacArthur, The Gospel According to Paul, Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2017, 256 pp. $13.20
Nearly thirty years ago, Dr. John MacArthur wrote The Gospel According to Jesus. The book was a clear articulation of the gospel and a sharp repudiation of antinomianism and other views that failed to affi...
April 23, 2017
I found this to be slow reading in order to digest its message. But I'm grateful for sticking with it and learning so much more about Paul's letters about the Gospel.
May 22, 2017
[Original review on "Overthinking Christian"]
John MacArthur continues to astound me. Maintaining an audience from those in many denominations, having the gift of writing clearly, and possessing an unyielding determination to convey the truth of Scripture, a book on Paul (from him) sounds like som...
May 11, 2017
I can’t think of anyone else that I would rather have write on the Gospel than John MacArthur. The 77-year old pastor has faithfully served his church for more than 48 years. This is his third book in his The Gospel According To series, with previous books from the perspectives of Jesus and the A...
December 06, 2017
I'm very glad this book was written. I loved it as it was simply so so biblical. The content of each page wasn't anything totally new to me, but that didn't really matter. I loved it because it was a clear, concise, and compelling exposition of "the gospel" according to the apostle Paul. And this...
January 23, 2018
There’s a joke me and some of my ministry friends would get out whenever we heard someone say something that was biblically questionable, or just plain out there. We’d say, “That must be in the book of Paul, somewhere near the back.” The reason is simple, there is no book of Paul. However there a...
May 15, 2017
This is the second MacArthur book I've read, and I am a huge fan of his expository style. He doesn't fill pages with unnecessary fluff that is customary to modern Christian literature, like unneeded analogies that retell the point rather than reveal it. MacArthur is actually a capable teacher and...
June 01, 2017
The Gospel According to Paul: Embracing the Good News at the Heart of Paul's Teachings by John MacArthur is the prolific Christian author and speaker's latest book. This is the third book in this series that explores the Gospel. The earlier two books were The Gospel According to Jesus and the Gos...
January 08, 2018
The strength of the book is the fact that it is written on a popular level. That is also its weakness. Addresses the most controversial of NT Wright's views in the context of an overview of Paul's theology (as opposed to looking at individual verses under debate). Deals with the controversy surro...