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From My Editing Work: Personal Salvation vs the Social Gospel

From Seven Marks of a New Testament Church by David Alan Black, p. 6:

In the fourth place, evangelism in the New Testament was always characterized by genuine concern for the social needs of the lost. When I was in seminary, a good deal of distrust existed between those who emphasized personal salvation in evangelism and those who emphasized the so-called social gospel. The two, however, are indivisible.

(forthcoming … at the printer)

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  1. Amen, amen! The gospel of eternal life through the Messiah must be preached to the world, and the Gospel of the Kingdom of God must be demonstrated. Moreover, I believe that Christians blessed to live in democratic societies must work toward the establishment of more just social structures.

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