The Wanderer

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I am glad to announce that The New Calvinism Considered: A Personal and Pastoral Assessment has now arrived. It is available direct from the publisher, or via Amazon.co.uk (paperback/Kindle) and Amazon.com (paperback/Kindle). It’s fairly brief, rocking up at 128 pages, giving an overall introduction, then considering the characteristics of the new Calvinism, offering some commendations, identifying some cautions and concerns, and closing with some suggested conclusions and counsels.

New Calvinism front

If you are interested in something else, or something slightly different, Reformation Heritage Books is due to publish another title, Life in Christ: Becoming and Being a Disciple of the Lord Jesus sometime toward the end of this month (Nov 2013). It is available for pre-order at Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com. This volume traces the trajectory of the Christian’s experience of God’s grace in Christ Jesus, considering the privilege and blessing of being a true disciple of the Lord. Confusion or error in these matters can dishonour God, undermine a Christian’s spiritual health, unsettle the church, and hold back the truth. We need to consider the many-sided jewel of redemption to be both enlightened and enlivened with regard to our identity as new creatures in Christ Jesus. When we better understand and appreciate our life in Christ, it will draw out our hearts toward God in Christ in thankfulness and love for his many mercies toward us.

Life-In-Christ-front

As ever, enjoy!

Written by Jeremy Walker

Friday 1 November 2013 at 14:14

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  1. FYI: you put “this month (Nov 2012)” should be 2013 (no need to publish this comment)

    Jason Delgado

    Friday 1 November 2013 at 14:49

  2. Looking forward to reading this.

    pilgriminaforeignland

    Friday 1 November 2013 at 17:00

  3. Just ordered a kindle copy of NCC – look forward to reading it!

    cath

    Saturday 23 November 2013 at 14:31


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