Noah Hutchings traces the differences in churches today back to the differences between Peter’s Gospel and Paul’s Gospel.
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After serving in churches for many years, Noah Hutchings became interested in why those who profess the name of Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord believe differently on hundreds of doctrinal issues, when it is so obvious that all cannot be right.
After an appraisal of the entire spectrum of denominational differences, the author reduces the many ecclesiastical variances to one common denominator: the Gospel of the Kingdom committed to Peter to preach to the Circumcision (Israel) and the Gospel of sovereign Grace committed to the Uncircumcision (Gentiles).
If you have ever wondered why there are so many denominations, sects, and cults, and why church memberships cannot agree on even simple doctrines like baptism, then you will want to read and study this book. This book is also used in seminaries, and thousands have been published.