There is only one answerable argument for Christianity: a loving and lovable Christian. A Christian whose religion consists of a profession without practice, words without deeds, is a phony. Bottom-line Christianity involves a life in which the Holy Spirit dwells. In such a life the lovely things of Spirit come to fruition. They are the unconquerable agape love of Jesus and its eight facets: joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
|Author||George W. Brown|
|First Edition||1998; This Edition: 2014|
|Publisher||Autumn House Publications (Europe) Ltd.|