By Douglas Vickers
In The go: Its which means and Message in a Postmodern global, Douglas Vickers sees the pass because the watershed of heritage. The divine pursuits that the move addressed undergo vitally at the human situation, vitiated as that's via the entailment of sin. In an age during which postmodernist claims have rejected absolute standards of fact and validity, the Christ of the move presents the single safe haven for these harassed via the quest for which means. The move explores the best way of reconciliation among God and guy. It affirms the apostolic declare that "In [Christ] are concealed all of the treasures of knowledge and knowledge."
"The publication you're approximately to learn is destined to be a vintage. Many books were written in a devotional method concerning the pass of Christ, yet this one is especially varied! Dr. Douglas Vickers has handled this glorious and extremely invaluable doctrine with intensity and has given us a lot to carry dear.
Few stories in print this day carry out the essence and which means of the go and its message in our postmodern global. Vickers basically offers the biblical view of the pass, and while it's important to dissent from replacement perspectives he is still trustworthy to the Bible and the Reformed religion. it truly is fresh to work out quoted such nice males of God who studied the pass extensive, as John Murray and a few of the good Continental theologians of past times.
I have liked the readability, consistency, and mature deliberating this superb theologian. As consistently in Vickers' writing, the apologetic process of Cornelius Van Til comes shining through."
-A. E. LaValley
Senior Pastor, West Springfield Covenant neighborhood Church
Douglas Vickers (PhD, collage of London) is Professor Emeritus of Economics on the college of Massachusetts. between his contemporary titles are Christian Confession and the Crackling Thorn, while God Converts a Sinner, and The Immediacy of God.
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The Cross: Its Meaning and Message in a Postmodern World by Douglas Vickers