Grace Defined And Defended: What A 400-Year-Old Confession Teaches Us About Sin, Salvation, And The Sovereignty Of God
Herman Selderhuis, Professor of Church History, Theological University Apeldoorn; Director, Refo500 Grace Is Too Precious a Doctrine to Settle for Vague Generalities Grace - a doctrine central to the gospel - ought to be clearly defined so it can be celebrated, relished, and consistently defended. In this book, Kevin DeYoung leads us back to the Canons of Dort, a seventeenth-century document originally written to precisely and faithfully define this precious doctrine. The Canons of Dort stand as a faithful witness to the precise nature of God's supernatural, sovereign, redeeming, resurrecting grace - when so many people settle for vague generalities that water down the truth. In three concise sections - covering history, theology, and practical application - DeYoung explores what led to the Canons and why they were needed, the five important doctrines that they explain, and Dort's place in the Christian faith today.
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