Author(s): David Seccombe
Gospel is a word we often hear. But what does it mean? This book looks at gospels in the ancient world, and seeks to understand Jesus' gospel and the proclamation of the first Christians. The gospel is the instrument God uses to save lives; fuzzy thinking can be dangerous. The author argues that Jesus' gospel defines a new reality, requiring a new response in human behaviour. It is truly revolutionary.
The Gospel of the Kingdom is another 'gem' from Dr Seccombe. It is fresh, compelling and highly readable. It lays out for the reader what the Gospel is, and what the Gospels are. It places the message of Jesus firmly within the context of the whole Bible and gives the reader a far greater sense of the significance of the claims and work of Jesus. – William Taylor
David Seccombe led George Whitefield College (GWC) in Cape Town, South Africa through the post- apartheid years of political transition, to becoming a significant theological centre for the African continent. He studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia, and holds a PhD from Cambridge University, England. With his wife, Lorraine, children and grandchildren he lives in Perth, Western Australia, and continues to serve as Roving Ambassador for GWC.