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The Christian Life: A Doctrinal Introduction PB

The Christian Life: A Doctrinal Introduction PB

By: Sinclair B. Ferguson

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Publisher Banner of Truth
Year 2013
ISBN 9781848712591

Christian doctrine matters for Christian living. This is ‘one of the most important growth points of the Christian life’, writes Sinclair B. Ferguson. From this starting point, The Christian Life expounds such key biblical themes as grace, faith, repentance, new birth and assurance with clarity and contagious enthusiasm. ‘Christian doctrines are life-shaping’, explains the author, because ‘they show us the God we worship’.

Widely used and appreciated since its first appearance, The Christian Life not only expounds the teaching of Scripture, but outlines its meaning for practical Christian living.



                Preface                ix

                Introduction       xi

1              Knowing is for Living       1

2              God’s Broken Image       9

3              The Plan of Grace            17

4              Called by God    25

5              Conviction of Sin              35

6              Born Again          43

7              Faith in Christ     57

8              True Repentance             65

9              Justification        75

10           Sons of God       87

11           Union with Christ             97

12           Election                107

13           Sin’s Dominion Ended    123

14           The Christian’s Conflicts                133

15           Crucifying Sin     145

16           Perseverance    157

17           Asleep in Christ 169

18           Glorification       179

                Index of Subjects and Names     189

                Scripture Index 195




Theology that is ‘practical, applying Bible teaching with insight and wisdom to the condition of plain people. Christian beginners will get the benefit and the Lord’s older sheep, grown tough and stringy maybe, will find themselves edified and perhaps tenderised too’. — J.I. PACKER

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