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The story of God's gracious pursuit of the sinner leads us into many deep questions about the relation of His purposes to human inability. His love to His holiness, and His mercy to His justice. This book explores these matters biblically, theologically, and pastorally in a way that is both brave and helpful.
-David F. Wells, Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor, Historical and Systematic Theology, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
One of the most winsome, discerning and compelling presentations of the seriousness of sin and the grace of God. It is among the few potentially life-changing books -- to believe it and live a careless Christian life should be an impossibility.
-Iain H.Murray, Author and Conference Speaker
I was thoroughly impressed with Mr. Clotfelter's treatment of this controversial subject.
Every church library in the country would profit from the possession of this book, and hopefully every church librarian will be able to recommend it to every member.
It will engage your heart as much as your mind as you read and inevitably will jump-start you forward in your spiritual journey.
This book corrects one's view of the Santa Claus god of seeker-sensitive, felt-need, modern churchianity. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Thomas
The book was very well written and informative. Clotfelter does a great job explaining complex topics in an understandable way.Published 17 months ago by KH
I have read many, many books pertaining to Christianity and this is one of my "top 5" relating to the character of God.Published 19 months ago by Bob W.
David Clotfelter has dealt effectively and Biblically with some of the hard questions that Christians are confronted with regarding the justice of God and the sovereignty of God in... Read morePublished on November 8, 2010 by SovereignGrace
Nothing has been as destructive and maligning to the cause of Christ than the disgusting doctrine of eternal torment. Read morePublished on September 5, 2009 by Dawn