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Saved by Grace by Anthony A. Hoekema

Saved by Grace  by Anthony A. Hoekema
  • Author Anthony A. Hoekema
  • Title Saved by Grace
  • Category Christian Books & Bibles
  • Subcategory Theology
  • ISBN 0853646252
  • ISBN13 978-0853646259
  • Size PDF 1451 kb
  • Size FB2 1710 kb
  • Size EPUB 1520 kb
  • Publisher Not Avail; New edition edition (October 1, 1994)
  • Language English
  • Rating 4.7
  • Votes 354
  • Pages 290 pages

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This is a comprehensive, dynamic, and practical presentation of the biblical teaching on salvation, including discussion of the role of the Spirit, union with Christ, the gospel call, regeneration, conversion, repentance, and more.


Reviews about Saved by Grace by Anthony A. Hoekema


Moralsa
I have a concern that today's evangelical church is falling further and further away from the clarity of the Gospel that came out of the Reformation. Sin isn't so sinful; grace isn't so gracious; salvation isn't so radical. this book is an antidote to that. Hoekema writes from a confessional Reformed point of view. Not only does he explicitly use materials from the classic Reformed confessions, especially the Westminster Confession and the Canons of Dordt, but he intersperses those doctrines throughout the text. He has no section on the (so-called) Five Points of Calvinism, but each one comes up in a natural fashion. He deals with justification and sanctification, as well as the connection between the two. As he does so, he addresses the alternative views of Catholicism, Arminianism, Wesleyanism, and Pentecostalism. He preserves the Reformational proclamation of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, and for the glory of God alone, from the watered-down Gospel of American evangelicalism.

Hoekema's style is conversational. In fact, to me it seemed to have the tone of classroom lectures. My guess is that the book actually grew out of his classroom work.
Samulkree
A very good introduction to and study of the Gospel of Grace.

I grew up in a very traditional church where grace was never preached, at least not in its fullest. This book really helped to clarify some of the inconsistencies that I experienced in the church.

The writing and ideas, though highly intellectual, are very clear and easy to understand. The author takes a Biblical exposition approach to his writing style, which has the feel of an in-depth Bible study. All the major ideas especially those that are sensitive are dealt with directly and supported by Biblical text.

A must read for those who are teacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and who wish to communicate the Gospel of grace to both believers and unbelievers alike.
Lightwind
This book is worth reading. Sometimes I felt he got a little bogged down on a particular aspect that somehow resonated more for the author than it did for me, but I appreciated reading his view of the wondrous grace of God.
Dagdarad
It’ a good and pleasant experience for me to buy this book from you!
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An excellent doctrinal resource on the role and nature of Grace that I used for my doctoral dissertation on Spirtitual Giftedness. Thank you.
Ubrise
This book was well researched and written. It argued from Scripture the true nature of salvation. When I say argued from Scripture, I mean that the author used Scripture to support his argument based on its meaning in context. This book was a thorough discussion of the whole salvation process including the impact of human depravity on man's fitness for salvation. The author demonstrated that salvation is a work of God and yet man still has some responsibility for his salvation as well. God doing what man is unable to do because of his fallen nature but then man responding in obedience through faith and repentance which are distinct but inseparable aspects of that which he call conversion. I believe this book is a good read for any one who wants to understand a reformed view of salvation.
Via
great book, don't agree with everything but Hoekema makes things easy to understand.
An excellent look at salvation by the grace of a Sovereign God