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The Tale Of Two Adams by Chris Caughey

The Tale Of Two Adams

by Chris Caughey

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What is the most significant problem you face as a human being? How can you get right with God? What is God's purpose in history? What is his plan for the future? What do these questions have to do with each other? In this book, author Chris Caughey says that the answer to all of these questions is found in a story -- the tale of two Adams. In clear language that is easy to understand, Caughey explains crucial biblical doctrines such as God's covenants, justification, sanctification, grace and works -- all on a journey from Genesis to Revelation.

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