Eternity in Their Hearts - Part I: A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor; Chapter 1: Peoples of the Vague God, pp. 37-63 Summary & Analysis

Don Richardson
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Part I: A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor; Chapter 1: Peoples of the Vague God, pp. 37-63 Summary

Richardson continues to give examples from around the world of how different groups of people already had a belief structure with important aspects in common with Christianity. He says that these examples show that God works in the hearts of all peoples, preparing them to hear the message of Jesus Christ. Some of the cultures already have a concept of a single creator god, and others are already waiting for a son of a god to come to them. These people easily accept a message which seems to be totally foreign in origin, because it seems to answer some of the questions set up by their own...

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