With Calvin in the Theater of God Paperback
The glory of Christ and everyday life
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With Calvin in the Theater of God
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Stemming from the Desiring God 2009 National Conference, this volume includes chapters by Julius Kim, Douglas Wilson, Marvin Olasky, Mark Talbot, Sam Storms, and John Piper. It touches on topics such as Calvin's life, the Christian meaning of public life, sin and suffering, the joy of the last resurrection, and Jesus Christ as the dénouement of God's story.
Editors John Piper and David Mathis, along with the contributors, make John Calvin's Christ-exalting perspective on the glory of God accessible to today's readers. Both Calvinists and other evangelicals interested in the life and work of Calvin will find these essays refreshing and instructive, leading to a robust understanding of the world as the theater of God.
With Calvin in the Theater of God by John Piper was published by Crossway in September 2010 and is our 49799th best seller. The ISBN for With Calvin in the Theater of God is 9781433514128.
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'The authors of With Calvin in the Theatre of God present us with a world-changing vision of God's glory that has profound ramifications for the practical realities of everyday life. Here we find proof again of that old axiom, "There is nothing more practical than sound theology." I highly recommend it!' - Steven L. Childers, President and CEO, Global Church Advancement; Associate Professor of Practical Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary
Details for With Calvin in the Theater of God
|Author / Artist||John Piper|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Crossway (September 2010)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||8th August 2017|