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A wrong view of the Bible as being only moral and ethical teaching; the message of the Bible; the source and origin of the message; the relationship between God and man; and God's work in restoring the relationship; the unique event of history.
Jesus; the Lord of redemption; Jesus; who is God; the Cross; the high point of His obedience; the cruciality of the Cross.
Reasons why the Gospel is everlasting; how does a holy God forgive sins? a redemption that is everlasting.
The Gospel in the light of criticism; criticisms cancel each other; immediately pessimistic; ultimately optimistic; the futility of all the world's hopes; human nature cannot be changed apart from God; the climax of history; a gift of life that saves.
The hopefulness of man an admission of failure; the folly and vanity of man's hope; man's problem; a wrong relationship with God; pessimism or realism? a new nature; a new person.