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on 2 April 2017
Excellent book
Clearly argued
Helps deal with the straw man criticisms that none of those criticised is really saying
Great explanations of "mixed law and grace" teaching
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on 25 May 2016
This is a superb book. He presents the Grace gospel clearly and excitingly. The only improvement I would suggest is that when the author is refuting certain arguments by page reference ("On page ###, Dr. Brown says this, but I say..."), he would do well to include at least some of the original wuote so that the reader has some context to refer to.

But never mind that. People need to read this liberating book. This is the Gospel in its pure form! Thanks for writing it, Paul.
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on 3 April 2014
The Collins Concise dictionary defines “hyper” (when used as a prefix) as “above, over or in excess”.
Is the Hyper Grace message above, over and in excess of the Gospel? Or is it, actually, the Gospel full stop?

Dr Michael L Brown released a book, in January 2014, called Hyper-Grace: Exposing the Dangers of the Modern Grace Message. Dr Brown indicated his serious concerns that the message of God’s extravagant love for all humanity, as preached by “hyper grace preachers”, will lead to more sin, less conformity to godly living, a lack of repentance and understanding of man’s need for a Saviour. His concerns are, I feel, heartfelt and his concern genuine.

Should Grace be preached as something which is “hyper” or should it be a more balanced message?
Is the Gospel, which people like Paul Ellis, Andrew Wommack and Joseph Prince; to name only the most famous; preach, full of “serious distortions and errors” or is Dr Brown, maybe, lacking understanding of the love of God which “surpasses knowledge”? Grace and love which go above, over and beyond comprehension.

In a three part rebuttal Dr Ellis systematically answers Dr Brown’s concerns, misunderstandings and misrepresentations of the above, over and in excess goodness of God. He shows how being loved, above, over and in excess of anything we deserve or could ever earn, leads to lives so filled with the love and grace of God that they too become above, over and in excess.

Hyper Grace can be viewed as a good thing or a bad thing depending on how you define it.

The clarity of thought and presentation in Hyper Grace Gospel makes this an easy read for anyone who is interested in what Hyper Grace means.
If you have read Dr Brown’s book, you must read Dr Ellis’ also.
If you have read Dr Ellis’ previous two works, The Gospel in 10 Words and The Gospel in Twenty Questions, this is a natural addition to your bookshelf.
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on 20 September 2015
Most excellent response to the critics of the total grace message. Could agree with 90% of the scripture
interpretations offered. A well balanced book written with total conviction and humility.
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on 18 January 2017
Excellent, teaching and helps to grow into deeper relationship with Good.
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on 17 July 2015
The content is not as graceful as the title
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on 1 September 2015
A book I would recommend everyone to read.
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on 15 May 2014
Reading this was like being re-introduced to Jesus whose love & grace is hyper, over-the-top and extreme!
Hyper grace, a.k.a the Gospel, is the name that some have given to the message of "Jesus plus nothing", a message that sets people free from the bondage of sin & rule keeping, and introduces them into the life of Christ.
Some however are concerned that love without conditions, and grace without law, is dangerous, and just an excuse to go on sinning. Writing with a deep respect for this and other concerns, Paul draws on the wisdom of no less than 40 grace preachers (inc Jesus & the Apostle Paul, the greatest grace preachers of all time) to show that grace is Jesus personified, and that you can never have too much of it.
Read and have you concerns about the Gospel of grace addressed! Read and be embraced by grace!
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on 13 April 2016
My brother loved it
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on 15 April 2014
Paul Ellis is an excellent author, writing about the message of grace in a clear and concise manner; very easy to read and very interesting.

His latest offering is slightly different, coming from the angle of answering some of the questions from the critics of grace.

He still gets across the wonderful news that is within the grace message; that our sins are forgiven because of the finished work of Jesus Christ, that we have complete forgiveness and that God loves us with a passion that we could only dream about.

Wonderful work, reading this will be time well spent.
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