Yuille, J. Stephen
Why is grace such a big deal?
What does God tell us about it in Scripture? Can radical grace really be true? If so, what are the implications for our lives? This book will answer these questions and more as we explore the all-important theme of God’s gratuitous grace throughout the Bible. Packed with big truth, this little book on grace can be read in roughly one hour—ensuring you’ll actually read it.
Justin S. Holcomb (PhD, Emory University) is a pastor at Mars Hill Church (Seattle) and executive director of the Resurgence. He is also adjunct professor of theology and philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary, where he has taught for over ten years.
“God’s amazing grace in Christ is ‘the power of God unto salvation,’ not only for the world but for the church and for life-long believers. Read this book and you’ll be washed with ‘wave upon wave’ of the best news you’ll ever hear.” — Michael Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California
On the Grace of God is a liberating study on something we can never get enough of—the startling and magnificent grace of God. In Jesus, John tells us, we have been given ‘grace upon grace.’ This book helps pour that grace upon grace on the heart of the reader, filling it with hope and joy in believing.” — Sally Lloyd-Jones, author, The Jesus Story-Book Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name