Released in the UK May 2021
Released in the US May 2021
Large trade paperback | 176 Pages
9781527106499 • £9.99 $13.99
BISAC – REL067100
It is one of the glories of the gospel that it is universal in scope. There is nothing narrow or limited about the good news of salvation, but we often need reminded of this. When the world seems increasingly hostile the Church can be tempted to retreat in on itself. Donald John Maclean seeks to remind Christians of the fullness and freeness of the gospel, and to encourage them to share it with those who have not yet turned to Christ.
Donald John MacLean
Donald John MacLean is an elder in Cambridge Presbyterian Church where he preaches regularly. He is a Trustee of the Banner of Truth and editor of Foundations, the theological journal of Affinity. He is married to Ruth and has two children, Hannah and Jonathan.
The gospel of Jesus Christ is the greatest news the world has ever known. As Christians, we need to tell everyone about it. In this well–written book, Donald John Maclean expertly and concisely takes readers through the biblical, theological, and practical reasons why the gospel invitation is for all people.
John W. Tweedale
Academic Dean and Professor of Theology, Reformation Bible College, Sanford, Florida
This superb new book deals with some very live questions amongst Reformed Christians: does God love everyone? Can we offer everyone the invitation to come to Christ? With careful and systematic use of Scripture, the author conclusively shows us that the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’.
Teaching Pastor, Deeside Christian Fellowship, Aberdeen, Scotland and Chair of Council, Keswick Ministries
In a day of cool communication, Donald John MacLean makes the case for warm, wholehearted and unrestrained gospel proclamation. This book made me want to preach. It is a treasure for all who love the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Colin S. Smith
Senior Pastor, The Orchard, Arlington Heights, Illinois and President, Unlocking the Bible
Donald John Maclean helpfully lays out the biblical teaching on this most important of topics, and its implications. The chapter ‘Objections considered’ to the free offer of the gospel is particularly noteworthy. It is a welcome addition to writings in this field.
Minister, Smithon Church, Inverness, Scotland