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Our Sovereign Saviour Paperback – January 1, 2001
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Popular theology at its best. Nicole's addresses deal with the great doctrines of the faith in a thoroughly biblical way, always allowing the Word of God to speak for itself... will encourage, challenge and build up the people of God. (David McKay ~ Professor of Systematic Theology, Ethics and Apologetics, Reformed Theological College, Belfast, Northern Ireland)
"Our salvation, our assurance of it, and our consequent growth in grace depend, in large measure, upon our grasp of the subjects he addresses here. May you become more deeply rooted in God's grace as you read!" (Ligon Duncan ~ Chancellor and CEO, Reformed Theological Seminary)
"Dr Roger Nicole is one of the most effective communicators amongst evangelical theologians in the western world. I could not speak too highly of this book. It is a treasury of rich Biblical truth." (Eric Alexander ~ Conference speaker and formerly minister St George's Tron, Glasgow for 20 years)
"In the pages of this book Roger Nicole brings us into the world of sane and satisfying Calvinism through cogent exposition, colorful illustration and compelling application. It will serve well as a primer for those new to the Reformed faith and as a refresher for those who know it well." (Mark Johnston ~ Minister, Bethel Presbyterian Church, Cardiff, Wales)
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Long regarded as one of the pre-eminent theologians in America, Roger Nicole(1915-2010) was Professor of Theology, Emeritus, at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.
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Our Sovereign Savior: The Essence of the Reformed Faith is a collection of articles that explain and defend the primary tenets of the doctrines of grace. The author explores the doctrine of the Trinity, Calvinism, and specific aspects of salvation - reconciliation, propitiation, justification, and sanctification.
Nicole's approach is typically gracious and is grounded by careful scholarship. The book is simple enough for a beginning theology student but should not be neglected by more advanced readers.
On December 11, 2010 Dr. Nicole went to be with his Savior. He was a gift to the church and will be missed. But his legacy lives on as a man who was committed to articulating the Reformed faith with faithfulness and precision.