GOSPEL END-TIME, GREAT COMMISSION COMMUNICATION: ANTIDOTE TO FINISHING WELL

Associate Professor S. A. Shaibu

Abstract


This paper opined that different communication messages can be gleaned from the 66 books of the Book of books (the Bible) from Genesis to Revelation with an affirmation that to finish well, we must work the talks therein.

The paper also shows the light for content delivery in packaging of Gospel end-time, Great Commission Communication messages via Devine agenda-setting in the Bible with some recommendations at the backdrop of humanity preference for anti-God principles/Law, even at intellectual/scholarly levels.


Keywords


Gospel, End-Time, Great Commission Communication, Antidote, Finishing Well.

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