Faith Alone; The Evangelical Doctrine of Justificationby R. C. Sproul
Sproul defines the breaking point between Reformers and the Church in the 16th century, and warns that evangelicals no longer understand the doctrine. Quotations from this document and other evidence show that the Reformation understanding is in danger--and at stake is the integrity of the gospel.
- Baker Publishing Group
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- 6.31(w) x 9.34(h) x 0.82(d)
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- 16 Years
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this is one of the finest introductory books on the historical doctrine that split rome with the reformers... the book is concise and easy to read coming from an apt teacher who always seems to make difficult concepts easy to understand which is the true art of a teacher...this book should be read by all christians, especially evangelicals who have departed from their reformation heritage...this doctrine is, as luther said, that which the church stands or falls on.
R.C. shows how mainstream evangelicalism has forgotten its roots, and how many professing evangelicals have compromised the integrity of the Gospel based on faith alone in Christ alone by grace alone for the glory of God alone.
I'm an admitted fan of Sproul, and definately enjoyed this work. While not always the easiest of reading, it raises and addresses important issues about faith, grace, works, salvation, and justification. An excellent resource for those seeking a greater understanding of the underlying issues of the protestant reformation.