For God So Loved the World: The Biblical Doctrine of Grace
Publish Date: 2015-10-25
Author: Larry Hart
This is a scandalous book because of its subject-matter. Grace is dangerous. It got Jesus lynched. Historys pages are strewn with martyrs over this issue. Saints, all of whom claim to be saved by grace, are still divided as to its precise nature. The actual living of grace is a precious commodity. We may never fully fathom it. Living it seems almost impossible at times, given our common orneriness. But graceamazing gracewill surely always be the prevailing leitmotif of the Christian symphony. It deserves to be studied, preached, taught, and pursued no matter how imperfectly we may do so.
With these words, Larry Hart begins his exciting exploration of the powerful, life-transforming grace of God. This is Christianity in a nutshell, Christianity in-depth, the only kind of Christianity that matters. Divine grace brings about changepersonal, historical, even cosmic! It will ultimately be the only explanation for a future no one can fully fathom, a new heaven and a new earth!