Christ Set Forth Paperback
And the Heart of Christ Towards Sinners on the earth
by Thomas Goodwin;
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Christ Set Forth
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This classic book gives us an opportunity to learn about Christ, his work and his death. Based upon Romans 8:34, Goodwin presents to us the Lord Jesus Christ, the example and the object of justifying faith.
If the term Christology is a new one to you, then this book will help understand what it means. In true Christian Heritage style, it is attractively laid out with headings and subdividers to assist reading. The foreword is provided by J. I. Packer and a helpful introduction provided by Mark Jones.
Christ Set Forth by Thomas Goodwin was published by Christian Focus Publications in July 2011 and is our 42075th best seller. The ISBN for Christ Set Forth is 9781845507534.
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Christ Set Forth and The Heart of Christ in Heaven Towards Sinners on EarthIan Gibbs, via The Good Book Stall
This is the Christian Heritage edition of two of Goodwin’s treatises. They are preceded here by ‘A primer on Reformed Theology’ by Mark Jones. The latter is valuable in itself and as a pointer to Goodwin’s thought on the person of Jesus Christ. The reader would do well to ponder this very dense ‘essay’, and then to look at the treatises. Goodwin deserves to be better known. ‘He became a close advisor to Oliver Cromwell.....and ministered to him at the time of his death in 1658,’ writes J.I.Packer in his Foreword. Did he minister some of the thoughts and teachings here set forth?
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Details for Christ Set Forth
|Page last updated||13th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Goodwin|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (July 2011)|
|Number of Pages||256|