*Condition Note: Book itself is in great condition. Please note, however, that there is freckling and the dust jacket is moderately worn.*
As has been often observed, the gospel of Christ is simple enough for a child to appreciate, yet profound enough to dwarf the powers of the deepest theologian. Both "milk" and "meat" are to be found there, and the Christian grows as he feeds more and more on the Word. Man's need of God and God's search for man--that is the essence of the Bible story, and that is the theme of Salvation Unlimited. Herein the author considers the moral position of man, the juridical relationship of God, and the respective options available to either side to achieve harmony. The author takes up theological terminology--righteousness, faith, sanctification, obedience, justification--and renders it meaningful to the one interested in salvation more then semantics, in victory more than verbosity.
In these perspectives on righteousness by faith, Dr. Heppenstall leads the reader through the entire spectrum of the man-God experience, from man's conditional relationship before the Fall, through the implications of the Fall on all men and the fine problems that face God in acquitting the guilty, to the response of the soul who is brought face to face with his Maker, and the mission of Christ's body on earth.
The accomplishments Christ has already achieved on the cross, and the continuing work of His vicegerent, the Holy Spirit, stand at the very core of the plan of salvation and at the heart of this book.
1. Man the Problem: Who Is He?
2. Saving Righteousness Revealed
3. God "Acquits the Guilty"
4. "The Just Shall Live by Faith"
5. "Repentance Unto Life"
6. Christ's Gift Is Life
7. Christ Our Sanctification
8. Led by the Spirit
9. The Obedience of Faith
10. One Faith--One Mission
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