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Modern man's search for dignity is a continuing struggle against an aching void that rarely recedes. Transcending triviality to discuss diverse topics---love, home, illness, prison, the workplace, and the church---Sproul examines the ultimate questions of our worth as human beings in light of biblical truth. Includes thought-provoking questions for group study. 275 pages, softcover from Presbyterian & Reformed.
"The rigorous pursuit of our day," writes Sproul, "is the search for dignity and personal worth . . . The search for dignity is a titanic struggle, an epic adventure, prodded by a pain that will not go away. Modern man has an aching void." Our search must go beyond the trivial to the ultimate questions of our worth as human beings. We must seek our roots, our origin, and our destiny. The Hunger for Significance guides us in this search, pointing us to the One who alone can provide answers that quench our thirst.
R.C. Sproul (Drs, Free University of Amsterdam) is founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries. He has written more than sixty books, including The Holiness of God, Faith Alone, Scripture Alone, Chosen by God, What Is Reformed Theology?, The Glory of Christ, The Mystery of the Holy Spirit, and Getting the Gospel Right. He is also general editor of The Reformation Study Bible, which has been published with the New King James Version and the English Standard Version. Dr. Sproul was professor of systematic theology and apologetics at Knox Theological Seminary in Fort Lauderdale until 2004 and, before that, taught at Reformed Theological Seminary. He serves as senior minister of preaching and teaching at Saint Andrews Chapel, Sanford, Florida, and teaches on the national daily radio program Renewing Your Mind.
This book is powerful. It speaks in understandable terms to one of the most critical issues of our daythe dignity and worth of manand equips the believer in the living God with magnificent insights and answers for a world desperately yearning for meaning.
Here the biblical doctrines of man and creation stand at the head of a most practical and wide-ranging description of the modern person. . . . The 'holistic' nature of biblical truth shines through in every chapter . . . this book is important for all Christians.