Recommended by Lance Quinn.
I must say that I was so wonderfully encouraged, edified, and educated regarding these various facets of the believer’s salvation in Christ.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
99.9% of this book is intriguing, compelling, faith-deepening, and worth re-reading.
Recommended by John Bird.
Discover the depths of the crucial word you will rarely see in a modern translation: slave.
Not recommended by Trevin Wax.
Contains much that is good, but doesn't quite portray the full gospel despite the promise of its ambitiously grand title.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
A mixed bag: an accurate and winsome description of the Reformed tradition coupled with a slanted view of the current Reformed resurgence.
This comprehensive summary of the Lion of Princeton's theology is probably the only one you'll ever need.
As the title indicates: a collection of Dr. Carson's scholarly pieces on various aspects of the doctrine of Scripture.
A collection of thoughts about the person and work of our triune God, proving that the topic never grows old and tired.
Recommended by Keith Mathison.
A compelling and vital repudiation of Arminianism.
Presents a thoroughly biblical view of grace and suggests ways to live in light of this grace.
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