By Steven J. Lawson
Understanding the doctrines of grace presents a clearer photo of God’s sovereignty, mercy, and majesty. From the lawgiver Moses to the Apostle John, and from the early church fathers to fashionable defenders of the religion, there has marched onto the level of human historical past an extended line of godly males, a successful parade of religious stalwarts who've upheld the doctrines of grace. during this ebook, Dr. Steven J. Lawson takes readers on a heart-stirring survey of the Scriptures and their educating on God’s approach of salvation. Lawson demonstrates that faraway from being a 16th century invention, the doctrines of grace are the transparent instructing of the Bible in its entirety. From Genesis to Revelation, the Scriptures claim the message of God’s sovereign grace in salvation.
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