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|Title: Are People Basically Good?|
By: R.C. Sproul
Number of Pages: 55
Vendor: Reformation Trust Publishing
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 6.20 X 4.40 X 0.30 (inches)|
Weight: 2 ounces
Series: Crucial Questions
Stock No: WW890602
Surveys routinely show that a majority of men and women believe that people are basically good. In fact, the Bible reveals that mankind was indeed created good. And yet, we all know people who have hurt us or others. And we have likewise done what is wrong. So what changed? Why do people lie, cheat, and steal?
In this booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains how we became morally corrupt and just how deep our corruption is. We dont merely make mistakes; we sin against a holy God. But although this is bad news, its not the end of the story.
The Crucial Questions booklet series by Dr. R.C. Sproul offers succinct answers to important questions often asked by Christians and thoughtful inquirers.
Dr. R.C. Sproul (19392017) was founder of Ligonier Ministries, an international Christian discipleship organization located near Orlando, Fla. He was also founding pastor of Saint Andrews Chapel in Sanford, Fla., first president of Reformation Bible College, and executive editor of Tabletalk magazine. His radio program, Renewing Your Mind, is still broadcast daily on hundreds of radio stations around the world and can also be heard online. Dr. Sproul contributed dozens of articles to national evangelical publications, spoke at conferences, churches, colleges, and seminaries around the world, and wrote more than one hundred books, including The Holiness of God, Chosen by God, and Everyones a Theologian. He also served as general editor of the Reformation Study Bible.
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