This book addresses such key questions as: Who is Jesus? How is He to be identified in the gospel proclamation and received by sinners? What is saving faith? What occurs in the saving act? These questions are examined in the light of Jesus’ evangelistic encounters and his teaching on the way of salvation. It confronts the “easy-believism” of so much modern evangelism with the evangelistic message of our Lord Jesus. If you want to understand the New Testament gospel, read this book!More info →
The High Cost and Infinite Value of Following Jesus
An unflinching, unapologetic treatise on the modern tendency to alter the true message of Christianity in order to meet the whims and desires of a culture hoping for non-confrontational messages, easy answers and superficial commitments. MacArthur says faith in Christ demands a willingness to make any sacrifice He asks. Are you willing?
This book is the sequel to The Gospel According to Jesus which caused such a firestorm within American evangelicalism. It addresses crucial questions like: What does it mean to be saved? Can you have absolute assurance of salvation? What is the relationship between faith and obedience? Is saving faith merely mental agreement with the facts of the Gospel? Does the new birth have any necessary practical effect on a person’s behavior? If you want to understand what the true New Testament Gospel is, and the nature of saving faith, read this book! If you can, read The Gospel According to Jesus.More info →
Many Christians seem to be willing to accommodate the theory of evolution in their understanding of Genesis 1-3. MacArthur shows that everything Scripture teaches about sin and redemption assumes the literal truth of Genesis 1-3. To equivocate here is to damage the very foundation of our faith. His clear exposition of the creation account demonstrates that a literal interpretation of those chapters is the only legitimate one.More info →
This book takes you on a Biblical study of questions surrounding prophecy, Israel, the rapture, and the different millennial views. It then provides a clear Biblical explanation for God's premillennial promises to future Israel, and the crucial differences between Israel (as a people and a nation) and the New Testament church.More info →