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Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are more than just water, bread, and wine. They are God’s promises to us in physical form.
What is happening when someone passes through the waters of baptism? What’s the significance of eating bread and drinking wine together as a church on Sunday mornings? What’s the point of these physical substances?
Tim Chester guides us through the Bible, explaining how the sacraments, embodying the promises of God in physical form, were given to us to strengthen our faith and shape our lives. The physical bread, wine, and water are a confirmation of our union with Christ. Chester aims to help us treasure baptism and Communion and approach them rightly, so we can receive the full benefit God intends them to physically bring us.
|Title: Truth We Can Touch: How Baptism and Communion Shape Our Lives|
By: Tim Chester
Number of Pages: 174
Publication Date: 2020
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 (inches)|
Weight: 7 ounces
Stock No: WW566578
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Tim Chester (PhD, University of Wales) is a faculty member of Crosslands and a pastor with Grace Church, Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. He is an author or coauthor of over forty books, including A Meal with Jesus; Reforming Joy; and, with Michael Reeves, Why the Reformation Still Matters.
Sinclair B. Ferguson (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is Chancellors Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary and the former senior minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina. He is the author of several books, the most recent being By Grace Alone: How the Grace of God Amazes Me. Sinclair and his wife, Dorothy, have four grown children.