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“If Not God, Then Satan (John 8:42-47)” is a sermon that fills a much needed void in today’s postmodern world. In the cited passage, Jesus states that if you do not love him, then Satan, not God, is your Father. For those who do not accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior, this should be sobering bad news. In applying Jesus’ damning statement to the world today, the author reviles both postmodernism as illogical nonsense and Islam as a grave threat to world peace. His authority is the Bible, and he goes to considerable length to address the “standard” objections to believing in the Bible as the inspired and therefore inerrant Word of God. This sermon is divided into six “chapters” for the convenience of the reader, and there are questions and a place to take notes at the end of each chapter. The author wrote this sermon because he felt called by God to do so. It is the author’s hope that it will strengthen believers in their faith and call unbelievers to Jesus, who is the only way to salvation.

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