The Gospel of Jesus – it’s the good news with the power to shape a nation. And yet for many, the church seems to have lost its transformative edge. But why? Looking past the symptoms to the root cause, Junior Doctor Freddie Pimm suggests a diagnosis: we have made it all about us. We have made the Gospel selfish. Thankfully, however, Jesus freely prescribes the treatment….
Combining Biblical truth and refreshing relatability, Pimm reminds us of the Gospel’s greatest paradox: God’s best for ourselves is to look past ourselves; in order to save our life we must lose it. Against the grain of our ‘it’s all about me’ generation, Pimm explains how it is only when we let the Gospel cost us and change us that we see the power of transformation within ourselves, throughout our church and across our generation.
“Honest, challenging and encouraging.” (Mike Pilavachi, cofounder and leader of Soul Survivor)
About The Author
Freddie Pimm is a 20-something Junior Doctor working in West London. He attends St Albans, Fulham, where he preaches regularly and helps to lead students. Pimm is a regular speaker at Soul Survivor’s Summer Conferences and contributed to the Soul Survivor Youth Bible (2014).
The Selfish Gospel is published by Inter-Varsity Press and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE