"The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God" by D. A. Carson

Tuesday, 12 Jun 2007

This slender volume packs a punch well beyond its number of pages. With characteristic incisiveness, D. A. Carson works to dispel the confusions that surround current thinking about God's love. After explaining why this doctrine is difficult, Carson distinguishes five different ways in which the Bible speaks about God's love: there is the intra-Trinitarian love shared between the Father and the Son, God's providential care for all of his creation, the love by which God yearns for the salvation of each and every sinner, his "particular, effective, selecting love toward his elect," ...

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