Monthly Archives: June 2009

As I noticed in Part One, a glaring problem with this booklet is not primarily what the authors say but what they do not say. In Section 1, they neglect to speak of the character of God, apparently content to present God as King and Creator while neglecting to mention his attributes of holiness, justice and wrath. These are vital attributes to include when presenting the gospel because Continue reading

The booklet Two Ways to Live: The Choice We All Face, written by Phillip D. Jensen and Tony Payne and published by Matthias Media (2003), is a 16-page evangelistic booklet designed to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ. In all honesty, this booklet has a lot going for it, but it also suffers from some serious deficiencies in its presentation of the gospel. Continue reading

When a friend recently mentioned a booklet called Two Ways to Live: The Choice We All Face, expressed his concerns about its message and asked me to write an analysis of it, I thought it would be a good idea to do so because of the importance of the gospel. The good news of Christ is not an entertaining story; it is the only message of salvation given to sinful mankind, pointing to the only rescue from sin and its terrible punishment. We must, therefore, take that valuable message very seriously. Continue reading

About the Author

The author of this blog, Jeremy (Jehanne), is a Catholic who strives to think God's thoughts after Him and obey Christ's exhortation to take up the cross daily and follow Him on the way to Golgotha. He likes reading theology, evangelizing, and, of course, writing.