Help me design my new book

final GITQ cover_sm Dear Friends,

As you may know, my next book is coming out soon. It’s called The Gospel in Twenty Questions. Despite the title, the book actually deals with more than 200 questions people ask about the gospel of grace. I’m really excited about it and I hope you will be too.

But right now I need your input. I want to include some sample questions on the back cover of my book. The problem is, I’ve got so many questions to choose from I can’t decide. So I thought I’d let you decide.

Below is a list of some of the questions from the book. Which questions interest you? If you were a customer in a bookshop, which questions would stimulate you to pick up this book? Pick the questions you like best and I will compile the results. You can pick more than one but I’ve only got room for about five, so be selective. The most popular questions will go on the cover! Thanks!

16 Comments on Help me design my new book

  1. Wow! This book is going to be good.

  2. I have a few questions .what if we don’t do everything Jesus said. How is a new christian going to understand grace,when there are so many ministers talking about false grace.with all the confusion .How do we know if we are truly saved. Why is being a Christian so hard? Just give me grace 101 for dumbies

  3. Ron La Fitte // November 6, 2013 at 6:16 pm // Reply

    Radical grace is the message that will be needed for these Radical last days.
    Thanks for the message of Grace.

  4. Great, more grace to you, Paul

  5. Are we even supposed to endure the unendurable? I would just rely on Jesus, but he’s made because I didn’t trust him earlier. ;-P

  6. Paul, if this new book is as good as TGITW then the readers will be blessed yet again! This new book sounds as if it will be excellent reference material to have with you all the time so that you can refer to it when you get into a conversation about not only the true message of the Gospel, to fellow believers, but also when you are sharing with non believers.
    Keep keeping on Paul.

  7. Christopher Bothma // November 7, 2013 at 9:15 am // Reply

    I look forward to the book. There are times when a legalist ask questions and I don’t have the answer. This should be a book that I can refer to. Right?

  8. I can hardly wait!!! Thank you Paul, your gift from God to articulate the gospel is freedom to my heart 🙂

  9. Paul, I hope you can explain in your new book, which I know you will. The consequences
    of mixing law and grace together. Many Christians need to know the differences. Thanks Paul!

  10. Heavenly treasure and eternal rewards is what I never hear ANY radical grace preacher mention and that bothers me, b/c I’m confused about that.

  11. kathryn,grace seems to fly into the face of reason and logic………mark 4-26-29……… He also said, �This is what the kingdom of God is like. A man scatters seed on the ground. 27 Night and day, .WHETHER HE SLEEPS OR GETS UP,THE SEED SPROUTS AND GROWS,THOUGH HE DOES NOT KNOW HOW 28 All by itself the soil produces grain�first the stalk, then the head, then the full kernel in the head. 29 As soon as the grain is ripe, he puts the sickle to it, because the harvest has come.�.paul “him smart cookie”…trust him, I believe he’s a straight shooter.

  12. That was my vote! Heavenly treasure and eternal rewards…I want to know exactly what they are. I don’t like the misty vagueness surrounding it.

  13. Question for the book. What is the righteousness of God? Romans 1:17 says “it” is revealed in the Gospel of Christ, from “faith to faith”.

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