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Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 1997
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The Lord Is My Shepherd (KJV), Pack of 25 Tracts (Large Print)Good News PublishersCrossway / 2000 / Trade Paperback$2.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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What is salvation? How does God work this miracle in our lives?
One of the greatest themes that challenges the heart and mind of man is salvation. It is not a trivial subject; it is a matter of life and death. Many pastors and authors have attempted to expound upon it. Yet how difficult it is to comprehend God's grace that forgives all our sins every day and night, without preconditions, without works.
Scholar and theologian Charles Ryrie writes on the subject of salvation with humility and compassion. He brings clarity where there is confusion. While he quotes carefully and accurately from a wide range of authors, his final authority is the Word of God.
The gospel is the good news of the grace of God to give forgiveness and eternal life. So Great Salvation shows us that we can be confident of our salvation, certain we are forgiven by God, and sure we are destined for heaven.
Jeremy Schmucker5 Stars Out Of 5January 26, 2010Jeremy SchmuckerWritten very well as a defense against Lordship salvation. I agree with 99% of writing and recommend this book to every believer to help distinguish between salvation and discipleship.
Andy Anderson5 Stars Out Of 5October 26, 2008Andy AndersonSo Great Salvation received the Gold Medallion Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Whether you are from the Lordship Salvation Viewpoint or not, Dr. Charles Ryrie should be given his due. I love the way that he calmly expounds the Word of God, and brings such clarity to this topic of Salvation. The forward written by Warren Wiersbe sheds considerable light upon this book; Dr. Ryrie writes with humility and compassion. He has not overreacted to what some extremists have written. Rather, he calmly and logically expounds the Word of God and seeks to bring clarity where there may be confusion, and gentleness where there may be harsh dogmatism. He seeks to obey the words of 2 Timothy 2:2425: And the Lords bond-servant must not be quarrelsome, but be kind to all, able to teach, patient when wronged, with gentleness correcting those who are in opposition. I highly recommend this significant work for your reading and your library! 5 Stars!
Christian Batcheller5 Stars Out Of 5May 7, 2008Christian BatchellerA very thought provoking and intellectually stimulating read into the seeming simplicity of the Christian gospel.
Chris Sparre5 Stars Out Of 5February 6, 2008Chris SparreGreat book!! Charles Ryrie argues for Biblical Truth especially his chapter "Repent! About What?"Sadly Mr. Rambo did not explain how Charles' book is borderline easy believism. C. Ryrie texplains that it is not easy to believe in his chapter "It's not Easy To Believe." I wish he would read the whole book...
Damon Rambo2 Stars Out Of 5January 28, 2008Damon RamboBlah! Borderline easy believism. Although I think Macarthur goes too far with his "confession of all known sin" ideas, faith cannot be divorced from action; it WILL result in an immediate attitude change.[url]http://www.straightwalk.com[/url]