THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Congratulations to Jennifer of Quiverfull Family Blog for winning this great book!
Nourishment from the Word: Select Studies in Reformed Doctrine
"We live in an age of doctrinal confusion and spiritual anemia. The Christian airwaves are dominated by charismatics, Christian bookstores are purveyors of froth and trinkets, and Christian churches are more interested in numbers than in truth. This doctrinal declension is even affecting Reformed churches, once known for doctrinal fidelity.
Gary North once commented that the reason Presbyterian churches no longer preach doctrine is because the Baptist church across the street has a bigger gymnasium. Sadly, God's people are "destroyed for lack of knowledge" (Hos. 4:6).
This book presents in collected form eight studies published separately as the Biblical Issues Series. In these studies I touch on eight themes that are significant for the Reformed Christian's understanding of his doctrinal heritage which is strongly rooted in Biblical truth. I have organized these in two sections: The first section on "Church Issues" relates to important matters framing some distinctives of the Reformed church itself. The second section of this book contains four studies on "Doctrinal Issues" that are significant for the modern Reformed church's self-understanding.
Each of these chapters contains material quite important for bracing against the tides of confusion lapping at Christian foundations. I hope that this book will serve not only for your own private study, but for group Bible studies in your particular church or local community. Paul writes to Timothy in a way that we would do well to emulate: "In pointing out these things to the brethren, you will be a good servant of Christ Jesus, constantly nourished on the words of the faith and of the sound doctrine which you have been following" (1 Tim. 4:6)."
-quote taken from KennethGentry.com
This is a book for theologians and pastors and those interested in theological discussions. I would not recommend this book as an easy read! It has a great deal of wonderful theological teaching in it. It is well written and well laid out. I think this book would make an excellent group bible study or adult Sunday school text. Each chapter contains a review/conclusion section which I found to be very helpful. Although I personally do not agree with all of Gentry's assertions in this book I would recommend it to anyone interested in reformation study.
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