The Whole Christ: Legalism, Antinomianism, and Gospel Assurance
Sinclair B. Ferguson
Which is worse, to be a legalist or an antinomian? Do we just have to pick our poison? Using the Marrow Controversy of the 18th Century as inspiration, Ferguson shows just how dangerous such a question can be. Praised as one of the most important Christian publications of our time, this perspective-changing book calls the church to recognize the pure gospel as the only cure to either error.
The Prayers of Jesus: Listening to and Learning from Our Savior
Jesus’s ministry on earth as a human was marked by a devotion to prayer. Through his prayer life, we see what it means truly to depend on God. Examining all of Jesus’s prayers recorded in the New Testament, this book reflects on the content and structure of the Son of God's words to his Father—helping us imitate his example as we commune with our heavenly Father as adopted sons and daughters in Christ.
John R. W. Stott
Who is Jesus Christ? While Jesus and his teaching continue to hold appeal, many people question the plausibility or relevance of the Christian faith. Is it reasonable to believe that Jesus was truly divine? If so, what does it mean for us? John Stott's accessible, classic book examines the historical facts on which Christianity stands. With pastoral guidance, Stott presents a biblical portrait of Christ, then considers what it looks like to become and live as a Christian. For more than sixty years, Basic Christianity has been a landmark resource that has helped millions understand the gospel.