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Kregel Publications Things Which Become Sound Doctrine

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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Date:June 26, 2009
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Daniel Lacaria
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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Date:August 30, 2008
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Rev.Abram Meaodws
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
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