Books by R. C. Sproul

by Stephen J. Nichols
Time: 18 Minutes

From the Editor: We are so grateful here at Bibles.net for R. C. Sproul, and these books by R. C. Sproul. He has taught us so much about God’s Word. We hope that the Lord teaches you much through this faithful servant of his as well! This wonderful book list of R. C. Sproul’s works can be found in Appendix 3 of his biography, R. C. Sproul: A Life. It’s a helpful list, because it will tell you a little about each book, either what it is about or its intended audience. We have added links to each book, so that you can easily buy the books if you take interest in them.

Books by R. C. Sproul in Alphabetical Order

1–2 Peter: An Expositional Commentary. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
Verse-by-verse commentary on the epistles of Peter. Previously published 2011 as 1–2 Peter, St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary (Crossway).

Abortion: A Rational Look at an Emotional Issue. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2010.
Provides well-considered and compassionate answers to the difficult questions that attend termination of pregnancy; strives for a factual, well-reasoned approach informed by careful biblical scholarship. Previously published 1990 (NavPress).

Acts: An Expositional Commentary. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
Explores important theological terms and themes and engages in practical application. Previously published 2010 as Acts, St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary (Crossway).

Are We Together? A Protestant Analyzes Roman Catholicism. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2012.
A stand for the cardinal doctrines of Protestantism in opposition to the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. The book is a result of decades of study stretching back to R. C. Sproul’s seminary courses.

Barber Who Wanted to Pray, The. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2011.
Based on a true story of a barber and his famous customer, Martin Luther. One of R. C.’s children’s books, this teaches children to pray according to the Bible.

Basic Training. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1982.
An overview of doctrine by offering an exposition of the Apostles’ Creed. Previously published as The Symbol (1973) and later as Renewing Your Mind (1998) and as What We Believe (2015).

Before the Face of God: Book 1. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1992.
Adapted from 1989 Tabletalk devotionals; covers the book of Romans verse by verse, with 233 daily studies and practical suggestions for living out faith.

Before the Face of God: Book 2. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1993.
Adapted from 1990 Tabletalk devotionals; covers the book of Luke verse by verse, with 260 daily studies and practical suggestions; explores the life of Christ and his good news.

Before the Face of God: Book 3. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1994.
Adapted from the 1991 Tabletalk devotionals; surveys the Old Testament, with over 250 daily studies and practical advice for Christian living; explores the history of God’s people and God’s work.

Before the Face of God: Book 4. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1996.
Adapted from Tabletalk devotionals; covers the books of Ephesians, Hebrews, and James verse by verse.

Can I Trust the Bible? Sanford, FL: Reformation Trust, 2017.
Commentary on the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. Includes the commentary as well as the text of the Chicago Statement. Previously published 2009; previously published 1980, 1996 as Explaining Inerrancy: A Commentary (ICBI).

Character of God, The. Ventura, CA: Regal, 2003.
The believer’s quest to know God the Father is the basis of this study of God’s biblically revealed attributes and characteristics. Previously published 1995 (Servant) and 1987 as One Holy Passion (Thomas Nelson).

Choosing My Religion. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2005.
Targeted to teenagers, this short book seeks to answer whether there are many paths to God or only one. Previously published 1996 (Baker).

Chosen by God. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1986.
The classical Reformed doctrine of God’s electing grace discussed in its biblical and philosophical context.

Classical Apologetics. With Arthur Lindsley and John Gerstner. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1984.
Defining apologetics as the rational defense of the Christian faith, this book offers a thorough presentation of the classical apologetics view and an extensive critique of the presuppositional apologetics view.

Consequences of Ideas, The: Understanding the Concepts That Shaped Our World. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2000.
An introduction to the ideas that have had lasting influence; offers an analysis of the history of philosophy from the pre-Socratic philosophers through Darwin, Freud, and Sartre. This book offers a summative treatment of much of R. C.’s teaching on and study of the history of philosophy.

Dark Side of Islam, The. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2015.
Interview with a former Muslim who explains little-known aspects of Islam. Previously published in 2003.

Defending Your Faith: An Introduction to Apologetics. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2003.
An introduction to apologetics, the science of defending the Christian faith. Builds off the material R. C. Sproul contributed to Classical Apologetics.

Discovering the God Who Is. Ventura, CA: Regal, 2008.
The believer’s quest to know God the Father is the basis of this study of God’s biblically revealed attributes and characteristics. Previously published as One Holy Passion (1987) and as The Character of God (2003).

Discovering the Intimate Marriage. Minneapolis: Bethany Fellowship, 1975.
A Christian understanding of marriage with special emphasis on the meaning of intimacy.

Donkey Who Carried a King, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2012.
This children’s book offers a unique perspective on the events of Jesus’s Passion Week and calls all believers, both young and old, to follow in the footsteps of the Suffering Servant for the glory of God.

Doubt and Assurance. Edited by R. C. Sproul. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1993.
Adapted from articles in Tabletalk; examines how doubts about the faith assail us and true assurance uplifts us. Contributors include Steve Brown, John Gerstner, Roger Nicole, Os Guinness, and others.

Effective Prayer. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1984.
Short introduction to the biblical doctrine of prayer—its purpose, practice, and power.

Essential Truths of the Christian Faith. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House, 1992.
More than one hundred key theological terms are defined here in brief expositions that simplify complex theological discussions. Sets the stage for in-depth theological study.

Ethics and the Christian. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1983.
Short introduction to the subject of Christian ethics.

Everyone’s a Theologian. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2014.
Surveys the basic truths of the Christian faith in nontechnical language.

Explaining Inerrancy. Orlando, FL: Ligonier, 1996.
R. C. Sproul’s commentary on the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. Includes the text of the Chicago Statement. Previously published as Explaining Inerrancy: A Commentary (1980).

Faith Alone: The Evangelical Doctrine of Justification. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2016.
Explores the doctrine of justification by faith alone; R. C. Sproul’s book-length response to “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” (1994). This book offers a summative treatment of R. C.’s teaching on Reformation theology and the solas. Previously published 1995.

Five Things Every Christian Needs to Grow, Revised and Expanded. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2008.
Identifies five of the crucial “nutrients” that promote spiritual growth: Bible study, prayer, worship, service, and stewardship. Previously published 2002 (W Publishing Group).

Following Christ. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1991.
Provides answers from our one firm foundation, Jesus Christ. Previously published as four smaller books: Who Is Jesus?; Effective Prayer; God’s Will and The Christian; and Ethics and the Christian (1983–1984 ).

Getting the Gospel Right: The Tie That Binds Evangelicals Together. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1999.
R. C. Sproul’s response to and commentary on the documents “The Gift of Salvation” (1998) and “The Gospel of Jesus Christ: An Evangelical Celebration” (1999).

Glory of Christ, The. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2003.
Though humbled as a man, the glory of Christ shone forth at strategic points in the life of Christ. From the angels’ song of “glory to the newborn King” to the promise of his return on clouds of glory, Christ leaves us in awe and worship. Previously published 1990 (Tyndale).

God Is Holy and We’re Not. Orlando, FL: Ligonier, 2014.
Abridged version of The Holiness of God created for outreach at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

God’s Inerrant Word: An International Symposium on the Trustworthiness of Scripture. Edited by John Warwick Montgomery. Minneapolis: Bethany Fellowship, 1975.
The publication of papers presented at Ligonier’s conference on inerrancy. R. C. Sproul served as convener of the conference and as contributor.

God’s Love. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2012.
Explores the love of God, which finds its ultimate expression in his Son. Examines several paradoxes, such as a loving God and divine hate, and how love coexists with God’s sovereignty.

God’s Will and the Christian. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1984.
Short book for those seeking to discover God’s will, with a specific focus on personal choices such as career and marriage.

Gospel of God, The: An Exposition of Romans. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 1999.
Full-length, verse-by-verse commentary on Paul’s epistle to the church at Rome. Previously published 1994 as Romans (Christian Focus).

Grace Unknown: The Heart of Reformed Theology. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1997.
Shows that the theology of the Protestant Reformers of the sixteenth century is simply an accurate, systematic summary of the teachings of the Bible.

Growing in Holiness: Understanding God’s Role and Yours. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2000.
Published posthumously, this book is comprised of lectures by R. C. Sproul on the doctrine of sanctification.

Holiness of God, The: Revised and Expanded. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1998.
Explanation of what is perhaps the most important yet least understood attribute of God—holiness. Previously published 1985.

How Then Shall We Worship? Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2013.
Examines the basic biblical principles of worship; calls the modern church away from shallowness to a reverence for the living God. Previously published as A Taste of Heaven (2006).

Hunger for Significance, The. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2001.
Explores the meaning and importance of human dignity. Previously published 1983, 1991 as In Search of Dignity (Regal).

If There’s a God, Why Are There Atheists?: Why Atheists Believe in Unbelief. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 2018.
Analysis of why men reject the God of the Bible in favor of lesser deities. Previously published 1997 (Ligonier); previously published 1974, 1988 as The Psychology of Atheism (Bethany Fellowship).

In the Presence of God. Nashville, TN: Word, 1999.
Devotional readings based on fifteen attributes of God.

In Search of Dignity. Ventura, CA: Regal, 1983.
Explores the meaning and importance of dignity in the life of everyone.

Intimate Marriage, The. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2003.
A Christian understanding of marriage with special emphasis on the meaning of intimacy. Previously published 1975, 1986 as Discovering the Intimate Marriage (Tyndale).

Invisible Hand, The: Do All Things Really Work for Good? Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2003.
Examines the doctrine of providence; demonstrates that Christians can put their complete trust in God, who works all things for the good of those who love him. Previously published 1996 (Word).

John: An Expositional Commentary. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
Verse-by-verse commentary on the Gospel of John. Previously published 2009.

Johnny Come Home. Ventura, CA: Regal, 1984.
Novel featuring two men who choose dramatically different roads in their lives. Won the Angel Award for 1984.

King without a Shadow, The. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2001.
Children’s book highlighting, through a simple story of a boy and his dog, the holiness of God. R. C. Sproul’s first children’s book. Previously published 1996 (Chariot).

Knight’s Map, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2016.
Allegorical tale that teaches the reliability and trustworthiness of the Bible by telling the story of a brave knight’s quest to find the Pearl of Great Price, guided by an ancient map.

Knowing Scripture. Expanded ed. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2016.
A basic guide to hermeneutics, the art and science of interpretation. Previously published 1978.

Last Days according to Jesus, The. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2015.
Response to the skeptic’s charge of error in Christ’s prophecies. Previously published 1998.

Legacy of Luther, The. Coedited by Stephen J. Nichols. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2016.
Overview of the life, thought, and legacy of the great Reformer, commemorating the five hundredth anniversary of the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses and featuring contributions from a distinguished group of scholars and pastors.

Lifeviews. Grand Rapids, MI: Revell, 1986.
A guide for understanding the prevailing attitudes and ideas that shape our culture.

Lightlings, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2006.
An allegorical tale for children that captures the essence of the biblical story of redemption. A race of tiny beings known as lightlings are a picture of humanity as they pass through all the stages of the biblical drama.

Loved by God. Nashville, TN: W Publishing Group, 2001.
A study of the many aspects of God’s love for his people.

Making a Difference: Impacting Society as a Christian. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2019.
Previously published as Lifeviews (1986).

Mark: An Expositional Commentary. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
A verse-by-verse expositional commentary on the Gospel of Mark. Previously published 2011 as Mark, St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary (Crossway).

Matthew: An Expositional Commentary. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
A verse-by-verse expositional commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. Previously published 2013 as Matthew, St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary (Crossway).

Mighty Christ: Touching Glory. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 1995.
An introductory-level explanation of what the Bible teaches concerning the person and work of Jesus Christ.

Moses and the Burning Bush. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2018.
Adapted from the teaching series of the same name; presents the doctrine of God from the perspective of Moses’s encounter.

Mystery of the Holy Spirit, The. Twenty-fifth anniversary ed. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2015.
Focuses on the hidden and unseen regenerating work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer. Previously published 1990 (Tyndale); previously published 2009 (Christian Focus).

New Geneva Study Bible. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1995.
First Reformed study Bible since the original Geneva Bible of 1560; provides study aids including textual notes, chapter introductions, theological sidebars. R. C. Sproul served as general editor of the project and wrote the notes for the book of James.

Not A Chance: God, Science, and the Revolt against Reason. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2014.
Exposes the chance theory of the universe’s origin as a logical absurdity and a scientific impossibility. Helps defend reasonable faith against unreasonable alternatives. Previously published 1994 (Baker).

Now, That’s a Good Question. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1996.
Adapted from transcripts of the Ask R. C. radio programs, provides succinct answers to more than three hundred common questions.

Objections Answered. Ventura, CA: Gospel Light-Regal, 1978.
Response to common objections to Christianity, which were collected by Evangelism Explosion. Also published as Reason to Believe (1978).

One Holy Passion: The Consuming Thirst to Know God. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1987.
The believer’s quest to know God the Father is the basis of this study on God’s biblically revealed attributes and characteristics.

Pleasing God. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2012.
An in-depth look at God’s plan and pathway for spiritual maturity. The book’s call to live the Christian life is built on the premise that knowing God leads us to obeying and desiring to please God. Previously published 1988 (Tyndale).

Prayer of the Lord, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2009.
Shows that the model prayer Jesus gave to his disciples is a treasure trove of principles for an often-neglected and misunderstood spiritual discipline; shows to whom believers are to pray, then explains how we are to pray and what we should ask in prayer.

Priest with Dirty Clothes, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2011.
R. C. Sproul’s second children’s book tells the story of a mud-covered priest who can only find cleansing from the Great Prince. The book teaches the doctrine of imputation in a way a child can understand. Previously published 1997 (Tommy Nelson).

Prince’s Poison Cup, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2008.
Part of a series of books designed to present biblical truths to children. This work focuses on the atonement, showing that Jesus had to endure the curse of sin in order to redeem his people from their spiritual death.

Promises of God, The. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2013.
Explores the meaning of covenant and looks at the specific covenants in the Old and New Testaments, showing how God fulfills his plan of redemption in and through his people.

Psychology of Atheism, The. Minneapolis: Bethany Fellowship, 1974.
Analysis of why men reject the God of the Bible in favor of lesser deities.

Purpose of God, The: An Exposition of Ephesians. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 2002.
Verse-by-verse commentary of the issues raised by Paul as he dealt with the Ephesian church. Explores the powerful message of God’s sovereign choice and the importance of the church to the believer. Previously published 1994 as Ephesians (Christian Focus).

Race of Faith, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2016.
Adaptation of the teaching series Basic Training created for outreach at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Reason to Believe. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2016.
Response to common objections to Christianity. Previously published 1982; previously published 1978 as Objections Answered (Regal).

Reformation Study Bible (ESV). Orlando, FL: Ligonier, 2015.
This first Reformed Study Bible since the original Geneva Bible of 1560 provides study aids including textual notes, chapter introductions, theological sidebars, and more. Dr. Sproul served as general editor of the project and wrote the notes for the book of James. Previously published 2005.

Reformation Study Bible (NKJV). Orlando, FL: Ligonier, 2016.
Updated, revised, and expanded edition of the Reformation Study Bible in the New King James Version. Previously published 1998 (Thomas Nelson) and 1995 as the New Geneva Study Bible (Thomas Nelson).

Renewing Your Mind. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1998.
Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed. Previously published as The Symbol (1973) and as Basic Training (1982).

Right Now Counts Forever. 4 vols. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2021.
These four volumes reproduce R. C. Sproul’s Tabletalk columns spanning forty-one years, from 1977 until 2018.

Romans: An Expositional Commentary. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
R. C. Sproul’s sixty sermons on Romans, which he preached from 2005 to 2007 at Saint Andrew’s. Previously published 2009 as Romans, St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary (Crossway).

Running the Race. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2003.
Designed to help recent graduates face the issues they will soon encounter. Currently out of print.

Saved from What? Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2002.
Explains the great salvation provided through the life, death, and resurrection of Christ for all who believe. Asks what we are saved from, saved for, and saved by.

Scripture Alone: The Evangelical Doctrine. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2005.
A statement of the Protestant doctrine of Scripture consisting of R. C. Sproul’s most important articles on the subject as well as his commentary on the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy.

Soli Deo Gloria: Essays in Reformed Theology. Edited by R. C. Sproul. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian & Reformed, 1976.
Festschrift for John H. Gerstner. Includes articles by Sproul, Cornelius Van Til, J. I. Packer, John Murray, John Warwick Montgomery, Roger Nicole, and others.

Soul’s Quest for God, The. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2003.
Draws from biblical portraits and church history to trace the beginning of the quest in regeneration to its fulfillment in heaven. Previously published 1993 (Tyndale).

Stronger than Steel: The Wayne Alderson Story. San Francisco, CA: Harper & Row, 1980.
Story of the life and work of Wayne Alderson, the man who defused a potentially explosive strike at a Pennsylvania steel foundry, thereby providing a model for future peaceful negotiations between workers and management.

Surprised by Suffering. Twenty-fifth-anniversary ed. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2014.
The sovereign work of God in the life of suffering believers is considered in this compassionate look at the problem of pain. Previously published 1989 (Tyndale) and 2009 (Reformation Trust).

Symbol, The: An Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian & Reformed, 1973.
R. C.’s first book, offering a discussion of doctrine by way of exposition of the Apostles’ Creed. Designated by Christianity Today as one of the significant books published that year.

Taste of Heaven, A. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2006.
Examines the key components of prayer, praise, and sacrifices that God gave to his people in the Old Testament and shows how biblical principles can guide today’s worshipers.

Thy Brother’s Keeper. Dallas: Word, 1992.
Novel featuring two men who choose dramatically different roads in their lives. Won the 1984 Angel Award. Previously published as Johnny Come Home (1984; 1988).

Truth of the Cross, The. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2007.
A comprehensive introduction to the atonement of Christ.

Truths We Confess: A Layman’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith. Vol. 1, The Triune God. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2006.
Covers chapters 1–8 of the Westminster Confession of Faith; brings readers to a deeper knowledge of and greater love for the doctrines of grace set forth in God’s Word. Includes Holy Scripture, God and the Trinity, his decree, creation, providence, the fall into sin, God’s covenant, and Christ the Mediator.

Truths We Confess: A Layman’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith. Vol. 2, Salvation and the Christian Life. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2007.
Covers chapters 9–22 of the Westminster Confession of Faith; explains the doctrines of free will, effectual calling, justification, adoption, sanctification, faith, repentance, good works, perseverance, assurance, God’s law, Christian liberty, the Sabbath, and oaths.

Truths We Confess: A Layman’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith. Vol. 3, The State, the Family, the Church, and Last Times. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2007.
Covers chapters 23–33 of the Westminster Confession of Faith; treats the civil magistrate, marriage and divorce, the church and communion of the saints, baptism and the Lord’s Supper, church government, and the final judgment and afterlife. Also included are indexes to the three volumes.

Truths We Confess: A Systematic Exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith. Revised ed. Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2019.
A one-volume revision of the three-volume Truths We Confess: A Layman’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith, published 2006–2007.

Ultimate Issues. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2005.
Addresses the tough issues facing young adults. Previously published 1996 (Baker).

Unexpected Jesus, The. Revised edition. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 2011.
An introductory-level explanation of what the Bible teaches concerning the person and work of Jesus Christ. Previously published 2005; previously published as Mighty Christ: Touching Glory (1995).

Unseen Realities: Heaven, Hell, Angels and Demons. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 2011.
Biblical perspective on heaven, hell, angels, and demons and how all four realities impact everyday lives.

Walk with God, A: An Exposition of Luke. Fearn, Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus, 1999.
Devotional studies of Christ based on the book of Luke.

What Is Reformed Theology? Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2005.
Shows that the theology of the Protestant Reformers of the sixteenth century is simply an accurate, systematic summary of the teachings of the Bible. Previously published 1997 as Grace Unknown (Baker).

What We Believe. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2015.
Previously published as The Symbol (1973); as Basic Training (1982); and as Renewing Your Mind (1998).

What’s in the Bible: The Story of God through Time and Eternity. With Robert Wolgemuth. Nashville, TN: Word, 2001.
Shows how the stirring stories of the Bible fit together into a cohesive narrative, helping the layperson to read through the entire Bible with greater satisfaction.

When Worlds Collide. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2002.
Addresses the presence of God in the midst of tragedy and explores how God has providentially worked in history concerning the issues of suffering, war, and peace.

Who Is Jesus? Orlando, FL: Reformation Trust, 2017.
Short examination of what the Bible teaches about the person of Jesus Christ. This new edition contains content excerpted from Everyone’s a Theologian. Previously published 1983 (Tyndale); previously published 1991 as part of Following Christ (1991); previously published 2009 (Reformation Trust).

Willing to Believe: Understanding the Role of the Human Will in Salvation. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2018.
Argues for a return to the biblical doctrine of God’s sovereignty over salvation, giving historical, biblical, and logical reasons for rejecting the “free will” position commonly held today. Previously published 1997 (Baker).

Work of Christ, The. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2018.
Explains the theological significance of the crucial events in Jesus’s life and ministry from his birth and baptism to His ascension and second coming. Previously published 2012.

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