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The Human Right: To Know Jesus Christ and to Make Him Known

Paperback|Feb 2018
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This unique perspective on evangelism envisions the gospel as the ultimate human rights issue. Rice Broocks shows how the right to know the truth is above all other rights, and examines the logical implications - that the proclamation of Jesus...


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This unique perspective on evangelism envisions the gospel as the ultimate human rights issue. Rice Broocks shows how the right to know the truth is above all other rights, and examines the logical implications - that the proclamation of Jesus Christ must be our highest priority.

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A different kind of evangelism book.


Just as the author's book, God's Not Dead, laid out the logical reasoning for God's existence, and Man Myth Messiah established the existence and identity of Jesus Christ, now Rice Broocks brings a definitive book on the logical necessity to make the proclamation of the Gospel our highest priority. In fact, it is actually the ultimate justice issue and therefore the most important of all human rights. Consciously or subconsciously, many now believe that demonstrating tolerance is more important than truth. Fundamentally, the right to know the truth is even greater than the freedom to believe. Because Jesus Christ is the Truth, then humanity shouldn't be denied the right to hear about Him, make their own decision, and then have the freedom to tell others.


This unique book is written to achieve the following goals: To recast the Gospel as a human rights issue…


To reset the Gospel as our top priority…


To explain why truth exists in the first place…


To defend the truth of the Bible…


To explain why God's design and purpose makes gender issues absurd…


To show that immorality is wrong regardless of the law of man…


What is truth? Does God really exist? Is the Bible true? All of this will be examined more closely in this book. Jesus claimed He was the Truth, not just spoke the truth. Therefore, if Christ is the truth, and all deserve to know what is true, then the most basic right of all is to know Jesus Christ and make Him known.


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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 490796
  • Product Code 9780785216230
  • ISBN 0785216235
  • EAN 9780785216230
  • Pages 320
  • Department Academic
  • Category Apologetic
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
  • Publication Date Feb 2018
  • Sales Rank 21564
  • Dimensions 213 x 142 x 22mm
  • Weight 0.312kg

Rice Broocks

Broocks is the president of Morning Star International (MSI). He is the senior pastor of Bethel World Outreach Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

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