Formerly titled Grace Unknown.
You've heard of Reformed theology, but you're not certain what it is. Some references to it have been positive, some negative. It appears to be important, and you'd like to know more about it.
You want a full explanation, not a simplistic, patronizing one. You grapple with difficult and complex issues every day, but you haven't studied theology formally and learned all the necessary terms and concepts. You want to know more, but who will help?
R.C. Sproul has made theology understandable and exciting to ordinary people for decades, and he knows Reformed theology inside and out. When he speaks and writes, he often refers to Reformed theology. For years people have asked him what it is. This book is his first book-length answer to this question.
Table of Contents:
Introduction: Reformed Theology Is a Theology
Part 1: Foundation of Reformed Theology
1. Centered on God
2. Based on God's Word Alone
3. Committed to Faith Alone
4. Devoted to the Prophet, Priest, and King
5. Nicknamed Covenant Theology
Part 2: Five Points of Reformed Theology
6. Humanity's Radical Corruption
7. God's Sovereign Choice
8. Christ's Purposeful Atonement
9. The Spirit's Effective Call
10. God's Preservation of the Saints
For Further Reading
Glossary of Foreign Terms
Index of Persons
Index of Scriptures
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