"Saving Grace" by John Cheeseman

Friday, 22 Jun 2007

Are you looking for a primer on Reformed theology that clearly enunciates the great God-centered truths of the Gospel in language accessible to ordinary believers? If so, you need to look no further. Cheeseman's revision of his 1972 volume, The Grace of God in the Gospel, more than adequately fills the bill. Originally prompted by the need to respond to "certain man-centred emphases which had invaded the thinking and practice of evangelical Christians, undermining the biblical gospel of the grace of God," this irenic work not only presents the basic truths of Christianity, tracing each ...

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