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Effective and engaging, Sproul does not shy away from difficult theological terms and ideas, but capably guides readers through this famous doctrinal dispute. To those who decry the doctrines of imputation and justification by faith alone as "legal fiction," Sproul warns that nothing less than the central message of the gospel is at stake.
Number of Pages: 64
Publication Date: 2010
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This republished work outlines the doctrine of justification by faith. Clearly written and rich in theology, it will challenge readers to think discerningly about the implications of the doctrine's historic dispute.
R. C. Sproul (Drs, Free University of Amsterdam) serves as senior minister of preaching and teaching at Saint Andrews Chapel in Sanford, Florida, and is the founder and president of Ligonier Ministries. He has taught at numerous colleges and seminaries, has written over seventy books, and is featured daily on Renewing Your Mind, an international radio broadcast.
HikerApple Valley, CaAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5February 10, 2012HikerApple Valley, CaAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It was easy to navigate to find what I was looking for. The price was right.
Alex5 Stars Out Of 5Down and dirty doctrineJanuary 7, 2011AlexQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is great for the theologian that may not have a lot of time on they're hands, or just want a concise layout of reformation theology and the most important part of believing, faith. He goes through the past and present misinterpretations of the doctrine of justification, and the Lutheran principle of Solas Fide, and leaves out all the fluff. Overall I believe it to be a good read for anybody regardless of their maturity in Christ.