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Number of Pages: 72
Vendor: Reformation Trust Publishing
Publication Date: 2010
Series: Crucial Questions
Can I Know God's Will? - Crucial Questions Series, #4R.C. SproulReformation Trust Publishing / 2009 / Trade Paperback$2.494 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
How Should I Live in This World? - Crucial Questions Series, #5R.C. SproulReformation Trust Publishing / 2009 / Trade Paperback$2.49
Many people in the church today are plagued by doubts about their salvation. Satan whispers that it is impossible that sinners such as they could be in a state of grace, and some churches compound the problem by teaching that it is possible for believers to lose their salvation.
But assurance of salvation is possible in this life. Indeed, as Dr. R.C. Sproul argues in this Crucial Questions booklet, it is the duty of Christians to make their calling sure (2 Peter 1:10). To help believers reach this goal, Dr. Sproul defines assurance, shows how we can get it, reveals the blessings it confers, and warns of the dangers of false assurance. Here is assistance for those who struggle to know where they stand with Jesus Christ.
Dr. R.C. Sproul, the founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries, is known for his ability to communicate the deep truths of the Christian faith. He is chancellor of Reformation Bible College, preaches at Saint Andrews Chapel, and is the featured teacher on the daily radio program Renewing Your Mind. He has written more than one hundred books.
This book quickly explores this important theological topic but then expands on elements of the salvation experience by using scriptural references and comparative theology. Dr. Sproul does a good job of describing the different types of Christian commitments that exist, while keeping the overall work very understandable to any reader. This book is an excellent resource for Christians and seekers alike. The examples and illustrations are down to earth, readable, logical, and insightful. This is not a 72-page theology lecture or series of sermons, but rather a friendly talk about how to know that Christ has provided personal redemption for those who accept His plan of salvation. Aaron Johnson, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com