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In 1998, What's So Amazing About Grace? was chosen as the Gold Medallion Book of the Year. Stamped with Philip Yancey's journalistic gift for inquiry and personal passion for truth, this provocative best-seller has challenged and inspired thousands of readers with a vision of the radical grace that is the church's great distinctive. Now What's So Amazing About Grace? comes to you in complete, unabridged audio format. Everything is here. All the penetrating insights. All the challenging, deeply personal perspectives. You'll find them inside, with the immediacy and convenience of audio cassette. We speak of grace often, but do we understand it? More important, do we truly believe in it ... and do our lives proclaim it as powerfully as our words? In What's So Amazing About Grace? the best-selling author of The Jesus I Never Knew gives us a probing and impassioned look at grace: what it looks like ... what it doesn't look like ... and why only Christians can and must reveal the grace the world is searching for.
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I recommend this book for all christians. Yancey writes in a very accessible tone, challenging legalism with teachings about the goodness of God. It changed my understanding on the the character of God.
Yancey's discussions and insightful and provides a contemporary understanding of the meaning of "grace" in today's social context. His discussions evolve around the relationship of the father and his children and centres on the salvation of Jesus. This book is recommended as Yancey is an excellent writer and is clear and articulate in his discussions.
This book will bless anyone, early believer or seasoned Christian, and even pre-believers. This may just be the book that leads them to Christ.
Yancey puts it so well and I feel puts us in our place... If God can forgive everything we've done, how can we not forgive others? Some parts can get a little 'wordy' but worth pushing through!! Grace is AMAZING!!