Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians has always been a particular favourite of mine with its very strong church emphasis. As John Stott says, ‘Nobody can emerge from a careful reading of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians with a privatised gospel.’
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In what could be his best book so far, Philip Greenslade has given us a treasure of a volume sharply focused on Jesus, with particular reference to his Sermon on the Mount and words from the cross.
An outstanding study of Mark’s gospel showing how the cross overshadows the life of Christ.
The author makes it clear that our understanding of Jesus can only be properly grounded by a full grasp of the Old Testament background to his coming.
This is a superb book which will help you grasp God’s ultimate intention.
‘The doctrine of the Trinity,’ as Bruce Ware argues, ‘is one of the most important distinguishing doctrines of the Christian faith’ and not one that Christians do well to regard carelessly.
This magnificent book not only displays a wonderful overview of the Bible’s grand narrative, it also provides profound motivation for faith, worship and expectation of inevitable blessing on a grand scale.
Alec Motyer’s love of Scripture and delight in truth comes shining through. He has wonderful insights and a genuine strength of pastoral application. My own copy is already full of underlinings and exclamation marks.