How does Calvinism affect the way you view - worship, humility, adversity, outlook, evangelism, holiness, assurance, liberty, prayer, guidance and living faith? Terry Johnson illuminates the practical implications of Calvinism and how God's grace changes every aspect of your life.
Table of Contents:
9. Law and Liberty
12. A Faith for Living
Terry Johnson is Senior Pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia.
"... easy to read, cogently articulated, and helpful to anyone who needs encouragement or a refresher course on the doctrines of grace. They would also be a challenging witness for a non-Christian to read. I commend this book for personal reading and family or group study." - Equip for Ministry
"If God is sovereign why evangelise? Why bother to pray? What about free will? And how do we square sovereignty with the presence of evil? Such questions are covered as Johnson focuses on eleven themes believing that a Biblical understanding of sovereign grace will give us the answers, without removing the mystery... a heart warming and well argued book which will thrill those who share his convictions and challenge those of other persuasions." - Christianity Magazine
"With much practical wisdom and help for Christian thinking and living, this book makes good application of good theology." - W. Robert Godfrey, President, Westminster Seminary in California, Escondido, California
"Terry Johnson has provided a splendid work on how right theology bears upon our worship, character, suffering and growth in the Christian life." - James Montgomery Boice, Late pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
"Terry Johnson's When Grace Comes Home is to be welcomed." - Ligon Duncan, Chancellor and CEO, Reformed Theological Seminary
"Rarely can the vitamin content of sweet, strong, classic pastoral Calvinism have been made so plain and palatable as it is here." - J. I. Packer, Well known Author & Board of Governors' Professor of Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada
"He manages to make theology what it ought always to be... I cannot recommend it highly enough." - Derek Thomas, Senior Minister of Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina