The book of Acts records the propagation of the gospel (the good news) concerning Jesus Christ.The Epistles (letters) explain the gospel and its implications for our lives.The book of Revelation anticipates and describes the second coming of Jesus Christ and the establishment of His eternal kingdom.From beginning to end, the Bible glorifies Jesus Christ and centers on Him.He would either be a lunatic—on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God: or else a madman or something worse.” ― Josh Mc Dowell, “This is what God has done for us: He has said, “I forgive you.” But he paid the price for the forgiveness himself through the Cross.
(1 John –27)” ― Josh Mc Dowell, “Most important of all, individual believers can experience the power of the risen Christ in their lives today.Any negative character trait will be intensified in a marriage relationship, because you will feel free to let your guard down -- that person has committed himself to you and you no longer have to worry about scaring him off.” ― Josh Mc Dowell “The words Jesus Christ are not a first and last name; they are actually a name and a title. No other document has as much evidence to confirm its reliability.” ― Josh Mc Dowell, “The Old Testament records the preparation for the coming of the Messiah.The name Jesus is derived from the Greek form of the name Jeshua or Joshua, meaning “Jehovah-Savior” or “the Lord saves.” The title Christ is derived from the Greek word for Messiah (or the Hebrew Mashiach, see Daniel ) and means “anointed one.” ― Josh Mc Dowell, “You can laugh at Christianity, you can mock it and ridicule it. The Gospels record the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ our Lord.I want to trust him as my Savior and Lord.” I cannot imagine a greater miracle.” ― Josh Mc Dowell, “God is not a harsh taskmaster who simply wants obedience.His instructions in his Word for thinking and acting rightly are for our benefit.