God did not mean for salvation to be a deep, complicated subject that man could not understand. But sometimes man's words confuse God's simple truths. D. L. Moody, one of the 19th century's greatest evangelists, shows how simple salvation is. Avoiding heavy philosophy, he simply shows "the way to God."The Way to God is filled with stories about ordinary people. Anyone willing to have honest questions and doubts answered will appreciate such topics as, "Who is Christ?" "How can I know my sins have been forgiven?" and "What can I do if I have turned away from God?"More than one million copies of this classic work have been distributed since it was first published in 1894.More
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This is one of the first times I've know more about an author of theology before reading any of his work. From what I know of Moody, his writing style reflects how he spoke. This work isn't deeply theological but it deals with areas of theology involving salvation. Moody is not reformed in his theology but that's only evident a little bit. For the most part this book is a call for immediate and complete repentance. Moody's attitude to sometimes says he doesn't know a subject is honest and refreshing. His examples show the greaterness of God and the weakness of man. This is written for a people of a different time period but there is still some good Gospel truth in this. Final Grade - B
- Patrick S.