R.C. Sproul wrote this book (of only 94 pages) in 1983. My marks were in it from years ago but I didn’t recall reading it. As I read it I was satisfied again to be reading in the area of Christian ethics. Sproul dealt with ethics and morals, legalism and antinomianism. In these areas he […]
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Book Author: Sproul, R.C.
Few Evangelical writers have turned out more books in the last ten years than R.C. Sproul. Many of us appreciate his stand against the ECT document and other compromises of the grace of God. I enjoy his doctrinal books because of the amount of Scripture and information included. I always take exception to his hyper-Calvinism […]
This is the third book I have read by Sproul in the last year in which he defends the Reformed Faith, specifically those doctrines related to salvation by faith. These books are a valuable reference in the current controversy over Catholic faith and evangelical faith. It is disappointing when Sproul refers to Fundamentalism as “unscholarly […]
This 1997 book by Sproul is a Calvinistic answer to Clark Pinnock, editor of a 1989 volume, The Grace of God, The Will of Man, a case for Arminianism. Sproul points out that though both sides give assent to the freedom of man to choose, the underlying issue is whether prevenient grace from God enables […]
This 1995 Baker book is a Reformed or Protestant answer to the Evangelicals and Catholics Together accord. It is forwarded by Michael Horton and recommended by John MacArthur, R. Albert Mohler, Jr., James M. Boice and Jerry Bridges. Sproul has done a great service to those of us who cannot agree with the accord in […]