The Christian life seems to be a confusing paradox. Evangelicals find themselves lost between law and grace, wondering where to go. This concise handbook fields this issue and wrestles it into a concise, understandable concept, useful to the average Christian.... [Read More]
The Christian life seems to be a confusing paradox. Evangelicals find themselves lost between law and grace, wondering where to go. This concise handbook fields this issue and wrestles it into a concise, understandable concept, useful to the average Christian.
Alva J. McClain Dr. Alva J. McClain (1888-1968) was the founding president of Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College and served in that capacity from 1937 until his retirement in 1962, when he... More »
Questions about the end of the world have been asked for centuries. Theologians have argued over different interpretations constantly. This book tackles the subject in a very insightful manner. The author examines the two major views, Premillennialism and Amillennialism, showing... [Read More]
A Theology of Soul Care and Spiritual Direction Soul Physicians provides a relevant, in-depth theology of biblical counseling. Just as medical students examine the anatomy of the human body, so soul physicians need to understand the anatomy of the human soul.... [Read More]
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