Redemption Accomplished And Applied
  • Redemption Accomplished And Applied
  • Redemption Accomplished And Applied
ISBN: 080287309X
EAN13: 9780802873095
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 20, 2015
Pages: 215
Dimensions: 0.73" H x 8.43" L x 5.85" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

New issue of a theological classic on the atonement
Originally published in 1955 and reprinted dozens of times over the years, John Murray's Redemption Accomplished and Applied systematically explains the two sides of redemption -- its accomplishment through Christ's atonement and its application to the lives of believers.
Murray explores the biblical passages dealing with the necessity, nature, perfection, and extent of the atonement in order to establish its relationship to our justification, sanctification, and glorification. He goes on to identify the distinct steps in the Bible's presentation of how the redemption accomplished by Christ is applied progressively to the life of the redeemed, including the role of faith and repentance.
Concise, precise, and accessible, Murray's classic doctrinal study will now reach and benefit a new generation of readers.

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   Confused: Two Books in One
This is a different book but becomes a wonderful book at page 172. By this I mean another book written by Polly Campbell and published by Mango Press in the back of it.
   Important work but somewhat poorly written
I give it four stars because of the subject matter and because Murray is a great scholar. I, however, give it two stars as far as his writing style. His sentences are unnecessarily complex and awkward and I often found myself having to repeat what he said multiple times to get the point. It isn 't due to the academic nature of the book. It's more like writing was just not one of his strengths. I still plan on finishing it because, as I said, it is an important work.
   Classic work worth the read
John Murray is not really easy to read, but this book is definitely worth the effort. The first five chapters describe the fulfillment of the redemption by God of his people from the perspective of the Plan of God. He discusses the atonement in the direction of necessity, nature, perfection and extent. He discusses calling, Regeneration, Faith and Repentance, Justification, Adoption, Sanction, Persistence, Union with Christ and Glory. The Union with Christ is a prominent theme. The book is full of scripture references throughout the book, so it is to a good measure of expository. The author's perspective is in line with the reformed perspective.
   A is for Atonement
If you want to sink your teeth into the outworking of the work of Christ, but you think that a Robert Letham is too academic. Or if you find the reformers focusing on doctrine and not application, this is definitely the book you need. There were times that I wish it dug deeper, but there are other resources for this. This is a survey of doctrine. It deals with the processes of the believer's life.