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The Law is good because it reveals God's standard.
All sorts of readers will be able to find answers to life's biggest questions and challenges in this book and will find it enjoyable and a pleasure to read.
This book, which concretizes God's grace in all aspects of life (and is chuck-full of great movie quotes!)
Paul Zahl really gets grace, and he really gets that law and judgment don't help people. In fact they are what drives people away, and has little to do with Jesus ministry on... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Hans C. Schmid
Theological thinking with great understanding. I not only grasped the concept, but I applied what I learned whole-hearted. It's such a relief to let go.Published 2 months ago by carinskarin
More Zahl nonsense. The Lutherian scheme outlined in "The Bondage of the Will" makes its appearance here in all its schizophrenic glory. According to Mr. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Arthur Sippo
As we all look for how things make sense today and how they have to do with our lives, this book puts on the mask of showing us that. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Caleb Carter
This is another book about Grace that begins ok and then crash lands half way through. This is a very confused theologian. In his theology, God is replaced by big government. Read morePublished on September 10, 2012 by swalk
I honestly believe that the message of God's grace is the least understood and yet most important message that Christianity has to offer to the world. This "one-way-love" as Rev. Read morePublished on February 10, 2009 by Stephen Akinduro
How can Christians live life under grace? Paul Zahl is a scholar and a dean of Trinity Episcopal school for Ministry: his GRACE IN PRACTICE: A THEOLOGY OF EVERYDAY LIFE is for any... Read morePublished on June 17, 2007 by Midwest Book Review