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It Can't be as Simple as That
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A young manís journey from atheism to faith in Christ
A powerful but simple tool to share Christ
Available in packs of 10 booklets
Douglas MacMillan had a powerful ministry in Scotland. Indeed, my own wife is one of many who can point to him as the preacher under whose proclamation of the gospel she was herself converted. Professor MacMillan's own story is itself a dramatic account of the power of Christ to save. It is a delight to commend this little booklet, recounting his own experience of God's grace, to a new generation.
Carl R. Trueman, Paul Woolley Professor of Historical Theology and Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Share this small but powerful booklet with your friends, share it with your family, share it with everyone who needs to know Christ. This is Douglas MacMillan's personal account of his conversion. As an atheist, he couldn't accept the simplicity of either Christianity or the Big Bang theory. When a friend held out two hands and said, "In this hand, I'll give you everything you are afraid of losing; and in this hand I'll give you Christ," Douglas realised that it was a simple choice after all.
J. Douglas MacMillan was born in Scotland in 1933 in Argyllshire, became a shepherd on the family croft, and after his conversion, he became a well-beloved preacher, teacher, pastor and professor.
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Few men of God have so graced the Church of Christ in Scotland as Douglas Macmillan. One of the privileges of my life was to have his friendship. The more I knew him the more I loved, respected and admired him. In this superb book "He being dead, yet speaks". May God use it to bring salvation to many, and much glory to His own name.
Eric Alexander, Conference speaker and formerly minister St George's Tron, Glasgow for 20 years
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