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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishing
Publication Date: 1974
Availability: In Stock
R. Greene5 Stars Out Of 5September 18, 2009R. GreeneThis book is a very well written discourse on the church from its formation, foundation and final purpose in the plan of God. While progressing through its pages you will find that it is somewhat of a quick read. Saucy's style not only provides sound information about the church but he does it while keeping your attention. I would recommend this work to anyone, especially those wanting to explore the ministry of the church.
Adam4 Stars Out Of 5June 26, 2003AdamThis book could seem dry at first but as you get in it you'll benefit greatly. It is written from a dispensationalist viewpoint(i.e. Church and Isreal are different.) The author writes about the nature of the Church, the kingdom, Isreal, etc. and how they all fit into the program of God. The first time I read this book I felt it was dry. The second time it was awesome and I learned alot. I guess it really depends on your understanding of the program of God. If you're patient with this book you'll benefit greatly.