Should Christians forgive and accept atrociously wicked people when they come to faith in Jesus Christ? What if they were murderers, racists, sexual predators, terrorists, human traffickers, or worse? Forever Unforgivable allows you to consider the lives of fifteen depraved men and women around the world who later found Jesus (or were found by Jesus). Learn how believers reacted at the time and consider what you would have done. You'll be amazed at who God saves and radically changes. Will you forgive as God in Christ forgave you?
What others are saying about Forever Unforgivable:
Here is a book that brings us astonishing stories of the lives of individuals of varying backgrounds, spanning from the time Christ walked the earth to our present day. As each of the characters encountered Jesus Christ, their lives became profound demonstrations of the power and grace of God and they became powerful witnesses for His kingdom. One of the persons in this book (my first Bible teacher) had a profound effect on my life. What a delight to "meet" him again in the pages of this book and to learn of his encounter with Christ! This powerful book, brilliantly written, with a fascinating background and vivid testimonies showing the power of Almighty God who changes lives, will impact others for eternity. The author has given us hope during these despairing times. A must-read for Christians and non-Christians alike. - Sudesh Gordhandass Valji, Pastor, Upper Kingsclear, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, Canada.
Brent's scholarly research infused with his historical and geographical expertise brings to life several extreme stories of seemingly unforgivable people whose lives were transformed by God's amazing grace! This informative thought-provoking book will be kept on my shelf as a reference for Bible study and illustrations. - Jackie Redmond, RESOUND NOW, Executive Director, Knoxville, TN, USA.
About Brent J. MacDonald:
Brent J. MacDonald is a pastor, teacher, and bible researcher with a focus on biblical archaeology and the historicity of bible events. As the executive director of Cottage Cove Urban Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee - a ministry for at-risk children and youths - he enables and encourages people to live out lives of love for "the least of these." Brent frequently travels with his wife Angie for on-site research in the Bible lands.