Restoring the Gospel

Friday, August 02, 2013

For many the Gospel message — the Good News — can be boiled down to “salvation by grace through faith.” For others, it is “justification through faith.” For still others it is “Jesus’s death, burial and resurrection.” It is at the very heart of Christianity and is the driving force behind all evangelism and outreach efforts. But no matter the semantics, the Good News is generally agreed upon as somehow dealing with personal salvation. But what if personal salvation was only part of the Gospel message? What if the Gospel message was bigger than me and my needs? Find out more about how our gospel message compares to that of Jesus and the Apostles in this audio teaching from Emet HaTorah.