Without sacrificing scholarship for clarity, Pentecost reviews 14 foundational doctrines of the Christian faith. Explaining this essential terminology for the general reader, he discusses the significance of depravity; regeneration; substitution; redemption; propitiation; sanctification; predestination; grace; imputation; repentance; reconciliation; justification; security; and resurrection. Solid exposition in practical terms. 159 pages, softcover from Kregel.
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Review 1 for Things Which Become Sound Doctrine
Date:June 26, 2009
What a beautiful little book; 14 doctrines that are all found in the book of Romans and yet Mr. Pentecost draws most of these doctrinal studies from other places in the NT---this book would be a must read for failing ministry groups of younger Christians, as well as healthy groups of younger Christians (by younger I mean anyone who is young in the faith, and since there is such a lack of strong preaching, exposition, and teaching in most American churches, this book is great for just about anybody). It is 160 pages; full of good teaching. In fact, every Christian should own this one as a refresher and to add depth to his understanding of things like Justification, Sanctification, Predestination, Propitiation, etc. It has helped me.
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Review 2 for Things Which Become Sound Doctrine
Date:August 30, 2008
I read eight other book on doctrine looking for one for our church book club, as I read Dr.Pentecost work,I settle on it for the older adult for it a easy read and join each subjuct effortless, it sound,not like a lot of book start good but have some hidden aganda job well done thk love pastor M