Over the years I've begun collecting extra copies of books that I have found to be insightful, motivating, and rooted in gospel truth. They are the kind of books that you go back to again and again. Each page draws you to the heart of the gospel and spurs you into prayer and reflection. Most importantly, these are the kind of books from which any person at any point in their spiritual walk can benefit. It took only one chapter of R. C. Sproul's new book, The Truth of the Cross, to convince me that this was one of those books. At only 178 pages, Sproul manages to capture the heartbeat of Christianity-Christ's atoning work on the cross-and expound on its depth, richness, and necessity. Sproul engages the reader with a combination of Scripture, history, and apologetics, which all seek to drive home our need for Christ.
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Issue: "Grace Over Race" Jan./Feb. 2008 Vol. 17 No. 1 Page number(s): 50-52
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