• Don't Forget the Part About the Sheep and the Goats

  • Can We Pick and Choose from What Jesus Said?
  • By: Jon Zens
  • Narrated by: Dorothy Deavers
  • Length: 55 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 02-11-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Locust and Honey Productions
  • 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

In our day, there is a circle of new voices suggesting that everything is positive for humanity, and a future judgment by Christ is deleted from their story lines. In Don't Forget About the Part About the Sheep and the Goats!, Jon Zens surveys the New Testament, specifically the sayings of Jesus, to show that the notion of a happy ending for everyone is not rooted in the Gospel.
©2015 Jon Zens (P)2016 Locust and Honey Productions
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By pixledust on 02-16-16

Another Excellent Book by Jon Zens.

Where does Don't Forget the Part About the Sheep and the Goats rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It is one of the best books I've listened to by Jon Zens. I would put this on par with "What's Up with Paul and Women" and "A Church Building Every Half a Mile"--in other words, this is some of his best work.

What did you like best about this story?

Zens gently but powerfully takes on universalism and other false gospels. He lays out the Scriptural case clearly and boldly.

What about Dorothy Deavers’s performance did you like?

Her voice lends authority to the work. There is something both charming and appropriate about having a woman read Jon Zens' work and make the case against universalism. It is very much in line with his beliefs. She gave an excellent performance

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I particularly enjoyed the discussion of hell and the final judgment. I believe Zens made a good case for annihilationism.

Any additional comments?

Excellent book. I highly recommend.

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