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David Herring5 Stars Out Of 5March 11, 2005David HerringThis is Sproul at his best. With humble earnesty and soulful satisfaction, he unfolds some of the intricasies of life in the shadow of God. Starting from Scripture, he moves to his own personal encounter with God as well as the writings of Martin Luther to help us understand an appropriate of God and ourselves. This book is an excellent resources for new believers searching for something deeper.
Jason Clements5 Stars Out Of 5June 9, 2003Jason Clements"What is that which gleames through me and smites my heart without wounding it? I am both ashudder and aglow. Ashudder in so much as I am unlike it; aglow in so much as I am like it." These were the words of St. Augustine in response to the Holiness of God, and after reading this book prayerfully along with the Bible I understand what he meant.
J.Torres5 Stars Out Of 5April 16, 2003J.TorresThis book is everything the people below said and more. Sproul really has a way with words, and this book brings it out "full blast". One of the best aspects of this book is it's apologetic value, see it's chapter of the judgement of Aaron's son's, good stuff! Also, "Luther's insanity" is great! This book is truly a modern classic!
Justin Childers5 Stars Out Of 5July 24, 2002Justin ChildersWe need more books focused on God. We live in a world that is totally focused on man. I challenge you to get into this book and be awestruck at the holiness of God. This book is a wonderful treatment on one of the most important subjects in the world.
Wayne Clifford Villarreal5 Stars Out Of 5January 16, 2002Wayne Clifford Villarreal"I had not been a Christian very long when I picked up this book. At the time it was just what I needed to read. The manner in which Sproul presents the holiness of God in his book is amazing. I suggest that you purchase this book. It is a must read."