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  • Paperback: 124 pages
  • Publisher: The-Revolution.Net (April 29, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983186618
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983186618
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #732,046 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Written using the Bible as the plumb line.
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Andrew gives clear biblical insight on the true gospel, showing clearly that it is not a popular low cost message.
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Everyone who is interested in walking out a biblical faith needs to read this book.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Barron on October 8, 2012
Format: Paperback
Andrew Strom's book clearly exposes the false practice of the 'Sinner's Prayer' as accepted by multitudes in today's church. His argument is soundly supported by scriptural references and should alert the reader to other false practices that seem to be the embodiment of our contemporary service/worship/liturgy. On a wider scale, Andrew (subliminaly)raises the question of , 'What else are we doing/allowing that is not of God, but of man?'
I urge you all to read this point of view, not only for itself, but as a jumping off point for further questions as to our relationship with God, ie. His way, or our way?
In Christ,
John
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Katrina Reading on October 9, 2012
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For some time I have wondered why so many new converts don't seem to changethat much or have much of an appetite for God or for reading the Bible and therefore remain "converts" and church attenders rather than radical disciples. I believe Andrew's book explains why this is happening and is a challenge to the church to return to biblical preaching of the gospel with a focus on deep repentance instead of a superficial mental assent. Andrew gives clear biblical insight on the true gospel, showing clearly that it is not a popular low cost message.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Fatradish on October 20, 2012
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Although I do no agree with the authors theology, I find his subject approach to be thorough, bold and penetrating. Andrew has a history of putting his truth before his income and Christianity would be immeasurably improved if others who claim to be it's champions followed suit. I have had a reward of US.$10,000 posted on my website for coming up 10 years now, daring anyone to show me a sinners prayer in the Bible. 10 Years - NO takers. Earlier christian evangelists took no prisoners. Modern christianity practices a catch and release program, centered around a magic prayer. Andrew is to be thanked for wheeling the dogma dictocrats illusions of adequacy right up to them. However, do not expect them to either agree or to admit their orthodox heresy. Sadly, it doesn't seem to work that way. For anyone who has niggling questions about christianity but can't quite approach them, this book is an excellent place to start.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mauidude on October 8, 2012
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I've been reading Andrew Strom's materials over the last few years and appreciate the fact the he isn't afraid to speak the truth. We don't always see eye to eye, but I feel I know the man's heart and its in the right place. "Sinner's Prayer" is his latest publication wherein Mr. Strom is pointing out yet another false doctrine or practice that is prevalent within the body of so-called believers. We need blowers of the trumpet of warning much in the same vein as Ezekiel to warn. Our job is that of messenger or herald, not that of a salesman. Mr. Strom does a good job in this regard and I commend him for it.

The book starts off well and points out appropriate scriptural references to make its point. What I like is the short Bible study at the end of each chapter, which really encourages the reader to get into God's word. You can never go wrong in encouraging people to read God's word. Anyone is welcome to draw their own conclusion, but Mr. Strom certainly has done his homework and makes a strong argument in favor of the position that the "Sinner's Prayer" was never part of the gospel of Jesus Christ, was never practiced by the apostles, and was never part of the early church. It is an invention of more modern, efficient, methods of evangelism. Just as society became much more mechanized and factories were able to turn out large volumes of goods, where in the past such volume was impossible when done solely as the result of human hands; in much the same way, the Sinners Prayer became a modern day mechanized way of producing "believers".

My primary criticism of the book is that in later chapters it focuses too much on the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Although this subject is needed in addressing this topic, I believe that too much emphasis was placed on it.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Terence R. Scarborough on October 10, 2012
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I don't always agree with Andrew, but mostly I have a lot of time for his opinion. He is prepared to speak out and not be wishy-washy, and I recommend this book for that reason. Having ordered his book I looked forward to receiving it. However, I confess to being a little disappointed and having some mixed feelings.

On a positive note I absolutely agree with:
1. The poor state of the Christian Church in the present age.
2. That mere "converts" do not stay the course.
3. Ray Comfort's (I knew him in New Zealand) research and shocking statistics about disappearing converts.
4. The feeble preaching of the Gospel.
5. That new converts are not being properly birthed (Pawson).
6. The main thing I see is that we may be getting some converts, but we are not doing what we are told to do and making disciples.

Andrew basis his argument on Hebrews chapter six, which he regards as the six-fold foundation for conversions. Much of what he says is right, but I do not think it is as straightforward as he makes out. And is he substituting the Sinner's Prayer with an alternative declaration? The context of Hebrews six is twofold. The first is not to be preaching the Gospel to believers, but leading them on to maturity. Secondly, it is about believers who have had a genuine experience of Jesus as Messiah but had now returned to Judaism, thereby denying that He is the Messiah. The Apostle Paul says that we are not to preach the Gospel to such as, having now denied their Lord, they are lost and cannot be regained.

Resurrection and Eternal Judgement refer to strong preaching of the Gospel. Laying on of hands has to do with the ordination of disciples for a particular task.
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