This book was given to me by my good friend Lon Stewart. I had never read Harry Rimmer but soon learned that he had been a prolific evangelical (British) voice of the first half of the twentieth century and Eerdmans had published a number of his books. His style is typical of that era (similar to H.A. Ironside or Leonard Ravenhill) and yet seems very refreshing for today. This book is a survey of the great doctrines of Calvary and what Christ accomplished in His death. The impact of these chapters forces the preacher and teacher to evaluate his own content with the great truths of redemption.
The Purposes of Calvary
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