*Condition Note: Book is gently used and clean.*
Reading the book leaves one with the questions: What is the purpose of the book? Will reading the book increase a person's faith or weaken a person's faith? Is a debate the best way to reach conclusions on such an important topic? Are the five men really teaching five different gospels, or are they looking at the same gospel from different perspectives? If they are teaching five different gospels, will those led to Christ by the four who are teaching false gospels be saved? Since the author does not agree with everything any of these five men teach, is his gospel the only way of salvation? The final, vital question: Is it necessary to understand the technical, fine points of theology to be saved? The most important statement in the book is found on page 90 in Jack Sequeira's final statement: "Thank you (Martin) for letting me have the final say on your analysis of my under standing of salvation in Christ. It is obvious that some things we may not see in the same light until we get to heaven; but thank God we can agree on the central message of the New Testament that it is the birth, life, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ that constitute the good news of the gospel, and that it is man's only hope." Ralph Larson calls Weber's attention to a similar conviction expressed by Ellen G. White in The Great Controversy, page 343: "But no man, how ever honored of heaven, has ever attained to a full understanding of the great plan of redemption, or even to a perfect appreciation of the divine purpose in the work for his own time. Men do not fully understand what God would accomplish by the work which He gives them to do; they do not comprehend, in all its bearings, the message which they utter in His name."
CONTENTS Introduction: "It's so Confusing!"; Graham Maxwell: Servants or Friends--or Both?; George Knight: Former Pharisee Finds Freedom; Jack Sequeira: Good News Beyond Belief; Ralph Larson: Telling of His Power; Morris Venden: Hard to Be Lost; Martin Webber's testimony: Tortured No Longer; Could There Be Another Waco?; The Quest for Koinonia; Demons of Righteousness; Appendix A: Morris Vendon's Position Paper; Appendix B: Responses to My Tortured Conscience; Appendix C: Your Place in the Son
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