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The Wonder of Grace

by Herman Hoeksema

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0916206262, Paperback)

“That we are saved by grace,” the author states, “touches upon the very heart of the gospel.” Not surprisingly, then, salvation by grace has been the theme of sermon and song since the beginning of church history.

In a day when men glory in their own accomplishments, the truth that salvation is of God alone is unpopular. Theologian Herman Hoeksema brings a fresh approach to that doctrine. He looks at several aspects of salvation by grace--such as regeneration, conversion, and assurance--from the perspective of the Scriptures, all the while stressing grace as a divinely wrought wonder. For the Reformed reader this message affords unspeakable comfort.

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