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The Jesus You Can't Ignore

The Jesus You Can't Ignore What You Must Learn from the Bold Confrontations of Christ

By John MacArthur
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.89 Stars

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On 11/28 aspires2b wrote: This book helped me identify the line drawn between the loving God and the disciplinarian. Some people focus too narrowly on the God of love and tolerate just about any behavior under the sun under the true (but misguided) premise that we should be less aggressive, less preachy, and more tolerant. Others ... Thought-provoking "new" look at Jesus

aspires2b's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/3 Richard Wheeler wrote: Warning: "The Jesus You Can't Ignore" is not an easy book to read. If you're one of those Christians who preaches a spreading of the Gospel through "love," friendship and tolerance, you won't like what John MacArthur has to say. In fact, you may quickly develop a hardened heart and attitude similar to ... Review: The Jesus You Can't Ignore by John MacArthur

Richard's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/7 Laura Navarro wrote: Another BookSneeze book. The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur. I received this book in August last year and kept putting off reading it. For a few reasons – it seemed it would require paying attention and taking notes and rethinking some of my preferred attitudes about discussing the truths of the Bible. It ... The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur – review

Laura's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/7 Sarah wrote: WOW! WOW! WOW! John MacArthur has summed up precisely what I’ve thought and said for awhile now, of course people listen to him! We are so often told or hear that Jesus was a man who would have patted a sinner on the back and just excused the person’s behavior – kind of like a ’well it’s ... Awesome! Powerful

Sarah's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/26 MamaLovesJesus wrote: This was one of the best books I have read in a very long time. Not only individuals, but entire denominations have been making the grave mistake of trying to mold Jesus into what they want Him to be instead of worshiping and serving Him as He is. The ideas of sin and hell have begun to be wrongly ignored ... The Jesus You Can’t Ignore – by John MacArthur

MamaLovesJesus' Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/28 Lukas Targosz wrote: The Review of The Grace of God by Andy Stanley5 stars out of 5I always enjoy reading Andy Stanley's books as well as listenning to his numerous podcasts from North Point current series, archives and leadership talks. As such I know that when Andy writes his ideas and quotable sentences, it is most likely ... The Grace of God by Andy Stanley

Lukas' Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/26 Brance Gillihan wrote: Jesus is a popular figure. Even hippies like Jesus, right? Well maybe… The question is: do they really know who Jesus is, what he is like, what he said, and how he interacted with people? Most people are ok with Jesus when he is gentle, meek, and mild. The problem is, Jesus isn’t always like that. ... When it's wrong to be nice

Brance's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/5 Sunflower Faith wrote: My Thoughts What would you think if you were told,”Harsh words are not always inappropiate. Unpleasant and unwelcome truths sometimes need to be voiced. False relgions always needs to be answered. Love may cover a multitude of sins (1 Peter 4:8), ... The Jesus You Can’t Ignore: What You Must Learn from the Bold Confrontations of Christ -Book Review

Sunflower Faith's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/22 Cory McCaig wrote: The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur is an attempt to portray a fuller depiction of Jesus Christ. In the book MacArthur unpacks the bold confrontations between Jesus and the Pharisees. From these confrontations, MacArthur points out that a Christian’s understanding of how Jesus stood for ... Book Review: The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur

Cory's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/17 Elliot Templeton wrote: Book Review: “The Jesus You Can’t Ignore” by John MacArthur John MacArthur, author of Twelve Ordinary Men and The Gospel According to Jesus, returns with The Jesus You Can’t Ignore, a unique but honest portrayal of Jesus Christ, not only as God’s incarnate Son, but also as the confrontational ... Not for the Weak

Elliot's Rating:

5 Stars