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  • By John McWilliams
    Sep 22, 2011
    Mark Skillin has taken the church back to the Dark Ages. He completely misinterprets the Scriptures. With a Master of Divinity one would think he would know what the true Gospel is. He says that the finished work of Christ, that is His living, dying, resurection amd more specifically the spilt blood of Christ is not enough for the child of God's justification in His sight. Mr, Skillin insists that the reformers and over five hundred years of preaching and teaching "justification alone" is wrong teaching. In my opinion Mr, Skillin trounces the true Gospel and robs God of His glory. Skillin insists that it is the individuals added good works that he or she will have to claim along with Christ's work at the day of judgement. This is when he claims that the Scriptures teach that the individual is justified.Wrong. Skillin completely mixes justification and santification. Both are a gift of God's grace. However, it is God's work and His alone who justifies. Skillin quotes quite a... More > bit os Scripture in the book which is always great. However, quite a bit is out of context and totaly misinterpreted. Skillin needs to take another course in Hermeneutics, that is to say, if he even had the first class. Heritic come to mind and I don't use that word very often. I strongly encourage those reading this review to read Gordon Clarks works.< Less
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First Edition
Christ Covenant Church
October 11, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.62 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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