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Two Ways To Live

The Choice We All Face

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The message at the heart of Christianity is really quite simple – simple enough to be outlined in this little 20–page, full–colour booklet. It is a message from the Bible about God and his Son, Jesus. It is about life and death, and the choice that we all face.

2 Ways to Live is well known throughout the UK and overseas as a simple, clear, challenging outline of the Christian gospel. It has been learnt, personalised and used by thousands of Christians to explain the message of Jesus.

2 Ways to Live: the choice we all face clearly and lucidly explains the gospel using the framework of 2 Ways to Live. An easy–going style, attractive layout and lack of jargon make this an effective evangelistic leaflet for a multitude of uses – from letterbox drops to simply giving to friends.


Trim: Tract/Booklet
ISBN13: 9781876326647
Publisher: Matthias Media
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  • Ondrej Vanek | starstarstarstarstar

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    This is really what Paul would call the "Simplicity of the Gospel". It gives a very clear picture to people that never heard about the Christian message or that don't have an accurate understanding of it (most non-believers). It also does not shy away from the judgement of God but does so in a sensible way.
    Highly recommended!
    God bless you.


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