Hell's Best Kept Secret

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Whitaker House, 2004 - Religion - 285 pages
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Why are so many unbelievers turning away from the message of the Gospel? Doesnt the Bible tell us how to bring sinners to true repentance? If so, where has the church missed it? Ray Comfort boldly breaks away from current tradition and calls for a return to biblical evangelism. If you're experiencing frustration over lost souls, unrepentant sinners, and backslidden "believers," then look no further. This radical approach could be the missing dimension needed to win our generation to Christ. Every Christian has a moral responsibility to evangelize this dying world. Discover the key to leading others to genuine repentance, and make each moment of your life count for the kingdom of God!

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User Review  - davegregg - LibraryThing

This book makes four points: 1) the point of the Law is to prove to us our defect, 2) that means that the Law holds a special place in helping us realize our need for Christ's redemption, 3) false ... Read full review

More than just Hell fire preaching.

User Review  - Ben Umnus - Christianbook.com

Hell's Best Kept Secret was the second book my Bible Study group and I read together. This was an educational book for me, simply because prior to reading it I didn't know much about how to evangelize ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Ray Comfort es autor exito de ventas, de mas de 60 libros. Tambien es co-animador, con el actor Kirk Cameron, de un programa de television ganador de varios premios transmitido en mas de 70 paises. Es conferenciante en temas de ateismo en la Universidad Yale y otras universidades prestigiosas, debate en el programa ABC Nightline y escribio Dios no cree en los ateos, Examen para el ateo (folleto que vendio mas de un millon de copias) y puedes guiar a un ateo a la evidencia pero no le puedes hacer pensar, entre otros. Sirvio como conferenciante de plataforma para la asociacion de Ateos Americanos, Inc., en su convencion nacional del 2001. Ray y su esposa, Sue, residen en el sur de California.

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