Unshakable: Standing Firm in a Shifting Culture
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In today’s society, many teeter on the shaky ground of relativistic postmodernism. In contrast, Christians stand firmly on objective truth, clinging to a lasting treasure that cannot fade or disappoint. Rod Mays and K. Scott Oliphint delve into John Newton’s great hymn “Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken” and into the gospel truth of Scripture behind it, showing how it brings timeless, Biblical answers to issues that daily press us in our Christian walk. Includes discussion questions. Previously published by Crossway as Things That Cannot Be Shaken.
K. Scott Oliphint (MAR, ThM, PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia, the author of many books, and a world authority on the works of Cornelius Van Til.
Rod Mays is executive pastor at Mitchell Road Presbyterian Church in Greenville and serves as an adjunct professor of practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte. He was previously the national coordinator of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF).
|Dimensions||216 × 140 × 10 mm|
Oliphint, K. Scott, (Author), Rod Mays, (Author)
P & R Publishing (2016), 160 pages