Dr. Chafer's work has long been recognized as a classic. In six concise chapters he offers a clear biblical treatment of man's sin, God's salvation, and the believer's responsibility. He expounds on the meaning of genuine evangelism by explaining its false forces, its objective, the role of the Holy Spirit, the importance of intercession, suffering with Christ, and the cleansing of the priests. Thorough indexes by subject and Scripture reference are included.
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About the Author
Lewis Sperry Chafer (1871–1952), American Presbyterian clergyman and educator, was born in Rock Creek, Ohio; studied at New Lyme Academy and Oberlin Conservatory and College, both in Ohio; studied under C. I. Scoffield; and was ordained in 1900. In 1924, he founded the Evangelical Theological College (now Dallas Theological Seminary) and was its president and professor of systematic theology until his death. His many other works include Satan, True Evangelism, Grace, Major Bible Themes, and the eight-volume Systematic Theology.