"Powerful, poignant and pertinent - the ambience of this scripturally sound apologetic is not that of the cold halls of a seminary but the warmth of a pastor's heart. In 'Unbelievable' Malcolm Duncan touches both mind and spirit with a work that is as readable as it is credible. I wholeheartedly commend it." -- Revd John Glass, General Superintendant, Elim 20140127 "Malcolm Duncan powerfully and prophetically challenges the church to see this as an age of opportunity - not to be put on the back foot by the shaking of our cultural architecture, but to confidently contend for the faith as once delivered and boldly offer the unbelievable gospel as the hope for the world." -- Revd Simon Ponsonby, Pastor of Theology, St Aldates Oxford 20140127 'Malcolm has reached in depth into the Scriptures to endorse the truth and reality of the core of our beliefs as Christians. He calls for us to be confident but not arrogant witnesses of Jesus' love to the world. This powerful book has given me renewed determination to continue to follow Christ wherever He leads me." -- Fiona Castle 20140127 "The author has done a commendable job in bringing us back to solid theology at a time the church would be wise to be more and more interested in sound teaching." -- Dr R. T. Kendall "Unbelievable goes right to the heart of the big questions that now dominate the lives of Christians who are seeking to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ and witnesses to Him in today's world." -- Bishop Pete Broadbent, in his Foreword "Simply, comprehensively, winsomely and compassionately, Malcolm Duncan leads us through an ancient Creed that educates our minds, illuminates our hearts, and presents us with a vision of an unfathomable, unbeatable, unstoppable God." -- Dr Steve Brady, Principal, Moorlands College, Christchurch "In exploring the Apostles' Creed, Unbelievable roots us in the great truths of Scripture and in this we find a fresh confidence in the amazing God we serve and His purposes in the world." -- Steve Clifford, General Director, Evangelical Alliance "Immensely accessible and helpful. I felt excitement burning in my heart as I imagined what the confident church could be, by the unfathomable Father, in the unbeatable Son and through the unstoppable Spirit. I'm a believer." -- Abby Guinness, Spring Harvest Event Director "A call to regain a fully biblical faith, viewed through the lens of the Apostles' Creed. A passionate call to authentic believing and living. An irresistible call to a confident yet humble faith in a gospel that still has the power to change the world!" -- Stephen Gaukroger, Director, Clarion Trust International "Deeply challenges and encourages. The Gospel is the hope for the world and Malcolm's wonderfully written book gives every Christian greater confidence to share it." -- Gavin Calver, National Director, Youth for Christ "A brilliant exposition. Biblical, readable, radical and practical - I loved it!" -- Lyndon Bowring, Executive Chairman, CARE "God-honouring; Christ-centred; Holy Spirit-inspired; Bible-based; robust; intrusive; and demanding some kind of response. If what Malcolm writes here is true, life must become forever different." -- Jim Graham, Pastor Emeritus, Gold Hill Baptist ChurchVom Verlag:
Christians face a tough task. In a world without consensus, all truth claims are regarded dubiously. The Gospel does not change, but what aspects should be highlighted in our rapidly changing culture? How do we speak 'into' the culture, instead of just mirroring that culture? Malcolm Duncan constructs his case around the core statements of the Apostles' Creed. If we believe in as God as Creator, what does that mean about our treatment of His creation? If we accept Christ as Saviour and Lord, in what sense are we rescued, redeemed, remade? If we accept the Holy Spirit as Guide, where are we going and what are we here for? We face an unbelievable task: playing our part in the world's regeneration. But God has confidence in us. If we can be confident of what He has done for us, then we can also be confident of what He wants to do through us.
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