Looking for Answers to Questions That Complicate Salvation?

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Book encourages readers to undertake gross reevaluation of eternity

Everyone thinks about where they will spend eternity, but they just don't want to talk about it because it's uncomfortable. Eternity has been set in the heart of every individual. That's why we wonder about it. This world boldly flaunts its eternal options. Then there's the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Co-authors Denny and Renee Schwab candidly break down the reality of mortality and life on the other side in the lovingly blunt and thought-provoking Jesus Didn't Die on a Holiday (paperback, 978-1-60477-582-2). In simple language, the books exposes the counterfeits that are currently common among men, deals with the issues, and answers the questions that complicate salvation, all while challenging readers to realistically examine their life and their eternity.

Say the co-authors, "(Our) hope is that readers will get a better understanding of Christianity, that they will better understand Jesus has called each and every one of us to live a life that is earth-changing and one that makes an eternal difference. (Our) hope would be that Christians would be revived evangelistically, that they would desire God to increase in their lives, and that unbelievers would get a true glimpse of the Christian faith."

As preachers of the gospel for 17 years, the Schwabs have talked to countless people about salvation and have heard every possible argument against the gospel message--and they have decided to include all of them in this book. Explain the authors, "It is a tool for every believer who wants their friends and family to come to Jesus. This book uses the Message version of the Bible to give a new angle on the gospel."

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Jesus Didn't Die on a Holiday through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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