The Truth About Grace
Often the modern grace message gives people a license to disregard the clear moral teachings of Jesus and the apostles. Churches around the globe teach a lawless grace and direct many to make choices of convenience and compromise. Consequently Christianity...
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Often the modern grace message gives people a license to disregard the clear moral teachings of Jesus and the apostles. Churches around the globe teach a lawless grace and direct many to make choices of convenience and compromise. Consequently Christianity loses public credibility as so-called leaders of faith fall into adultery, child abuse, alcoholism, financial corruption, and many other sins. This is the great crisis of the twenty-first-century church, and respected theologian Vinson Synan says it's time to bring it to light.
Featuring perspectives of leaders from a range of cultural, pastoral, and theological backgrounds, The Truth About Grace opens the discussion to more than a dozen scholarly contributors, tackling topics such as grace and the security of the believer; grace versus works; and tongues as a manifestation of grace. Synan brings you the key voices on this hot topic, from hyper-grace critic Michael Brown to Singaporean pastor Joseph Prince, whom some consider a leading voice in the hyper-grace movement. The Truth About Grace will help you discern the unbiblical excesses in the modern grace message while growing in understanding of the true nature and purpose of grace.
Vinson Synan (Ph.D., University of Georgia) Professor of Church History and Dean Emeritus at Regent University, Virginia Beach. He is the author of numerous books on the history of Pentecostalism including The Holiness-Pentecostal Movement in the U.S. (Eerdmans); Aspects of Pentecostal/Charismatic Origins (Bridge Publishing); Azusa Street (Bridge Publishing); The Century of the Holy Spirit (Thomas Nelson): Voices of Pentecost (Servant) and most recently An Eyewitness Remembers the Century of the Holy Spirit (Chosen)
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