I wrote my latest book by accident. It’s called The Hyper-Grace Gospel and it’s out today. You can find it on Amazon.
My new book has an interesting back-story.
After reading Michael Brown’s recent book opposing the “modern grace message,” I decided to jot down a few notes for E2R readers. In his book Dr. Brown attacks the writings of several grace preachers, including myself. I thought people might be interested to learn what grace preachers would say in response.
In my new book, I quote from more than 40 grace preachers, including many of those identified by Dr. Brown. Although I don’t personally know Joseph Prince or Andrew Wommack, I know what they would say in response to criticisms made against them. And if you read The Hyper-Grace Gospel, you will know too.
But I didn’t write this book to set the record straight. Life is too short to live in reaction to those who disagree with us.
My view is that Dr. Brown has done us a great service by showing us where we have been unclear in presenting the gospel. By drawing attention to areas of misunderstanding and confusion, he has signaled an opportunity to clarify our message, and for this I am grateful.
I simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to say, “This is the gospel that we preach. This is the good news of God’s super-abundant grace!”
When I finished writing, I showed my notes to some friends and they suggested I add something up front that could be used as a stand-alone introduction to the gospel. “Give us a hyper-grace handbook,” said one. So I did. I wrote an introduction to the hyper-grace gospel showing how it differs from the mixed-messages of manmade religion.
Then I added another section examining 12 misperceptions people have about the gospel. Suddenly I had three bits of a book that now looks like this:
PART A: The Hyper-Grace Gospel
What is hyper-grace?
Alternatives to hyper-grace
20 differences between the mixed- and hyper-grace gospels
How to recognize a mixed-grace gospel
How to recognize the hyper-grace gospel
The hyper-grace gospel quiz
PART B: 12 Myths about the Hyper-Grace Gospel
Myth 1: Hyper-grace preachers are against repentance
Myth 2: Hyper-grace preachers are against confession
Myth 3: The hyper-grace gospel is universalism in disguise
Myth 4: Hyper-grace preachers say it’s wrong to ask God for forgiveness
Myth 5: Hyper-grace preachers say God is not grieved by your sin
Myth 6: Hyper-grace preachers are against the law
Myth 7: Hyper-grace preachers ignore the Old Testament
Myth 8: Hyper-grace preachers disregard the words of Jesus
Myth 9: The hyper-grace gospel encourages sin
Myth 10: The hyper-grace gospel discourages obedience and holy living
Myth 11: Hyper-grace preachers don’t talk about hell and wrath
Myth 12: The hyper-grace gospel makes people lazy
PART C: A Response to Michael L. Brown
It is super-important to drink pure grace straight from the tap. If you live lack access to clean drinking water, you’re going to need a filter. The Hyper-Grace Gospel is a filter. It will help you filter out the impurities in the mixed-messages of manmade religion.
Better still, it will leave you marveling at the relentless love of your Father. It will show you how to walk in His amazing grace and help you rediscover the joy that is found in Jesus.
Why not grab a copy today?