How do Christians account for the widespread presence of goodness in a fallen world? Richard Mouw, one of the most influential evangelical voices in America, presents his mature thought on the topic of common grace. Addressing a range of issues relevant to engaging common grace in the 21st century, Mouw shows how God takes delight in all things that glorify himeven those that happen beyond the boundaries of the churchand defends the doctrine of common grace from its detractors.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Richard J. Mouw (PhD, University of Chicago), a renowned author and a widely traveled speaker, is professor of faith and public life at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, where he served as president for 20 years. He has written numerous books, including Restless Faith and Adventures in Evangelical Civility.
Table of Contents
ContentsIntroduction1. God's Complex Concerns2. The Joys of Discipleship3. The Divine Distance4. "That's Good!"5. Assessing "the Natural Mind"6. Is "Restraint" Enough?7. A Pause for Some "Meta-Calvinist" Considerations8. Resisting an Altar Call9. A Shared Humanness10. The Larger Story11. But Is It "Grace"?12. Attending to the Antithesis13. Religions Now "More Precisely Known"14. Common Grace and "the Last Days"15. Neo-Calvinism in America16. How Much Calvinism?17. Divine Generosity