A Workbook on the Doctrines of Grace
Many Christians who recognize that disciplined, systematic study is essential to Christian growth still find it difficult to organize such a task. God’s Riches, Written as an instructional manual and study guide on the doctrines of grace, leads the student into a careful study on the character of God, His attributes, sovereignty, man and his sin, its fruits, and redemption by grace through Christ.
This is an excellent primer in the doctrines of grace for high school students or adults new to these truths.
It serves as an introductory workbook to these key Christian doctrines. With a series of eleven (11) units of study, it is both provides the biblical data and directs your study.
Table of Contents
Part ONE: Foundational Principles
1) The Bible
2) Glory to God Alone
3) God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Responsibility
Part TWO: The Doctrines of God’s Grace
4) What is Man?
5) What has Happened to Man?
6) Election and Predestination
7) Why did Jesus Christ Die?
8) For whom did Christ Die?
9) How God’s Grace Comes to us
10) The Marks of Grace
11) Preservation and Perseverance
About the Author
John Benton holds a science doctorate from the University of Sussex and is co-pastor of Chertsey Street Baptist Church, Guildford, Surrey. He is Managing Editor of the monthly newspaper, Evangelicals Now. He is married to Ann, who is also an author, and with whom he has jointly written a number of books. They have three sons and a daughter.