Great Gospel Words Pb
by Colin N Peckham
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Here is doctrine made simple! It is easy to read, necessary to grasp and thrilling to experience!
Many people in our churches today do not understand the basic doctrines of salvation. In these important studies, Colin Peckham examines the great gospel words ‘repentance’, ‘justification’, ‘regeneration’ and ‘assurance’, showing how each aspect is vital in ‘salvation’ as a whole. Colin Peckham has taught biblical doctrine for years and his expertise in making things understandable, as well as his passion for reaching the lost, are clearly seen here. His emphasis is not merely academic, but brings the challenge of an encounter with the God who made this salvation possible.
As you read this book, you will be instructed and enriched, as well as inspired to worship our great God. It is useful for personal or group study, for those uncertain about their Christian faith, for laymen or preachers to use in teaching or evangelism, and for lovers of God’s Word everywhere.
Great Gospel Words Pb by Colin N Peckham is published by Day One and is our 63654th best seller. The ISBN for Great Gospel Words Pb is 9781846251382.
Colin N. PeckhamColin Peckham’s book is a refreshing reminder of the Gift of Salvation, that God has given us through his son the Lord Jesus Christ. There are five chapters covering the areas of Salvation, Repentance, Justification, Repentance and Assurance. At the beginning of each chapter is a short section that looks at various Christian authors definitions of the particular word. The chapters flow naturally into each other and give a completeness of all that God has done for us through Salvation and that this is a free gift. Colin Peckham also reassures the true believer as to the assurance of this gift.
|Page last updated||16th February 2011|
|Author / Artist||Colin N Peckham|
|Number of Pages||119|