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The Way of Righteousness By Norman Shepherd
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Norman Shepherd’s views on covenant theology, justification, and Gospel and Law have sparked vitriolic controversy in Reformation Christianity. His definition of saving faith — a... More > submissive, penitent, obedient trust, which has nothing whatever to do with man’s merit, virtue or performance to curry God’s reward — has been met not only with disagreement and opposition but also with recrimination and anathema. Faith alone justifies, teaches Shepherd, but that faith is active in hanging onto the promises of God in Jesus Christ and in submitting to His will. The present work is an exploration and elucidation of saving faith according to the Old Testament, to Jesus, to James, to Paul and to the rest of the New Testament< Less
Strategy Six Pack 7 By Edward Shepherd Creasy et al.
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“History is written by the winners.” ― Napoleon Bonaparte. The Norman Conquest of England, Christopher Columbus, Richard III, a fight with a Royal Bengal tiger, the most famous... More > prison diary of the American Civil War and a biography of George Washington – it’s all here in Strategy Six Pack 7, a mega-mash of military manuals, tactical texts and more: The Battle of Hastings 1066 by Edward Shepherd Creasy. The Life of Christopher Columbus by Edward Everett Hale. Richard III by Jacob Abbott. How I Killed the Tiger by Frank Sheffield. Prison Diary of Michael Dougherty. George Washington by Elbert Hubbard. *Includes illustrations. “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” ― Theodore Roosevelt.< Less
Obedient Faith By P. Andrew Sandlin
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A tribute by students and friends to a courageous theologian's lifelong stand for a full-orbed, obedient Christianity
A Faith That Is Never Alone: A Response to Westminster Seminary in California By P. Andrew Sandlin
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A major response to Westminster Seminary in California by Reformed theologians on controversies surrounding the New Perspective of Paul, the Federal Vision, Law and Gospel, and the teachings of... More > Norman Shepherd (a contributor to this work)< Less