Jesus Alone by Donald Cantrell

Jesus Alone
Donald Cantrell
John 14:4-6


Jhn 14:4 KJV - And whither I go ye know, and the way ye know.
Jhn 14:5 KJV - Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way?
Jhn 14:6 KJV - Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

I - The Void of Reckless Dialogue
A) Diversity is Promoted as Truth ''Tolerance''
1 - Openness is Preferred
2 - Oneness is Praised
B) Dogmatism is Plundered as Tainted ''Intolerance''
1 - The Question of Pluralism
2 - The Question of Inclusivism
3 - The Question of Exclusivism

II - The Victims of Religious Deception
A) The Key of Religion
1 - The Broad Path Exempts Jesus
2 - The Biblical Path Exalts Jesus
B) The Key of Righteousness
1 - The Motto of ''Do and Me''
2 - The Mandate of ''Done and Him''

III - The Validity of Redemption Discussed
A) The Dogmatic Statement ''Clarity''
1 - The Author of this Statement (6a)
2 - The Appeal of this Statement (6b)
3 - The Absolutes of this Statement (6c)
B) The Dying Savior ''Calvary''
1 - His Unblemished Authority
2 - His Unrivaled Actions
3 - His Unchartered Appeal

Theme: ''The only way to heaven is though Jesus Christ''

Various Ways to Atlanta

I live in North Georgia and if I want to go to Atlanta, Georgia I can get there through numerous routes. I could simply go to Dalton, Georgia and get on I-75 and drive due south and be in Atlanta in less than 90 minutes. I could drive east and get on I-575 in Ellijay and travel south and arrive in Atlanta in less than 2 ½ hours. I could go to Chattanooga, Tennessee and buy a plane ticket and arrive in Atlanta whenever the airline could get me there. In all honesty there are an unending variety of routes I could take to arrive in Atlanta.

We live in an age where people think they can get to heaven the same as going to Atlanta. People assume that any route will get you to heaven and the course one takes does no ...


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