Welcome to 4TG – For the Gospel. The purpose of this website is simple. We desire to lift up the name of Jesus Christ by focusing on the good news that his life, death and resurrection brings to those whose faith rests solely in him. The apostle Paul called this good news “the power of God unto salvation” (Romans 1:16) and the “ministry of reconciliation” between sinful humans and a Holy God (2 Corinthians 5:16-21).
Here on 4TG, we have a special burden to share the gospel with our Seventh-day Adventist brothers and sisters, because in Adventism, the gospel has been buried under layers of human regulations, extra-biblical writings and cultural practices. The Adventist distinctives have effectively displaced the most important Christian distinctive–that Jesus Christ lived a perfect life and shed his blood for sinners who are utterly lost without him.
Please continue reading the Appeal to our Adventist Friends...
Printed below are the articles of faith from the Together for the Gospel conference recently concluded in Louisville, KY. This incredible list of affirmations and denials should serve as the benchmark by which the authentic Christian faith of the Bible is preached, taught and practiced. As John MacArthur said, it will be just as interesting to see who signs this statement as who does not. If a denomination or church is uncomfortable endorsing these articles, we should think twice about whether the gospel is really at the center of their faith. The original statement is authored and signed by four prominent evangelical leaders, Ligon Duncan III, Mark Dever, C.J. Mahaney and R. Albert Mohler. The hope of these men of faith is that many believers will sign their names to the document, thereby affirming the pure and authentic gospel message. We agree wholeheartedly with this statement and pray it will awaken a recovery of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Posted on 05/28/06 at 06:00 AM.
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“A gospel that elevates man and dethrones God is not the gospel.” -Will Metzger
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