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Your Gospel Is Too Small

Reframing the Gospel Toward Its Cosmic Grandeur

by Jason Valeriano Hallig

Imprint: Resource Publications

136 Pages, 5.50 x 8.50 x 0.27 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781666704631
  • Published: April 2021

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  • 9781666704648
  • Published: April 2021

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  • 9781666704655
  • Published: April 2021

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Friedrich Nietzsche believed that with the gospel, "the Christian [is] a useless, separated, resigned person, extraneous to the progress of the world." Hence, to Nietzsche the Christian message is a "virtue of the weak." This criticism emanates from the kind of a gospel we have known, accepted, and preached for centuries--a gospel that represented the Christian message out of the medieval and Reformation theologies. With the revival of biblical studies and theology in the eighteenth century and onwards, studies on the gospel shifted to more historical approaches, paving the way for a more biblical gospel that is faithful to the larger biblical narrative. Slowly we have rediscovered a different understanding of the gospel that is not limited to a personal and highly spiritualized gospel, but one that is more cosmic in its grandeur. Your Gospel Is Too Small invites readers to a whole new world open to men and women toward a vision greater than previously held--a world that is even beyond what ubermensch offers to us. This is a reframation of the gospel we thought we already knew.
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