The Whole Christ

by Sinclair Ferguson     |     Book Summary


Author: Sinclair Ferguson
Publisher: Crossway 
Date: January 31, 2018
Pages: 256


The Whole Christ is Sinclair Ferguson’s excellent discussion of the “Marrow Controversy”. Shaped by the deep doctrines found in The Marrow Of Modern Divinity, Thomas Boston and the “Marrow Men” pushed back against bad teaching found in the assemblies they were a part of.

Ferguson’s primary aim in The Whole Christ is to remind readers of the necessity of getting the gospel right. Legalism, antinomianism, and assurance are all intricately tied to the gospel and the believer’s understanding of it.

Though filled with rich theology and church history, The Whole Christ is an accessible volume for any reader looking to grow in their understanding of justification by faith alone. It is also a great resource for counseling people who struggle with legalism, antinomianism or lack of assurance.

The Whole Christ is especially good for pastors. It serves as a reminder that the pastor’s view of the gospel shapes his hearers’ views as well. It is essential that pastors grasp and offer the Whole Christ to world in need of the Savior.





The Whole Christ

by Sinclair Ferguson

[ Book Summary ]



AuthorSinclair Ferguson
PublisherCrossway
DateJanuary 31, 2018
Pages256


Overview:

The Whole Christ is Sinclair Ferguson’s excellent discussion of the “Marrow Controversy”. Shaped by the deep doctrines found in The Marrow Of Modern Divinity, Thomas Boston and the “Marrow Men” pushed back against bad teaching found in the assemblies they were a part of.

Ferguson’s primary aim in The Whole Christ is to remind readers of the necessity of getting the gospel right. Legalism, antinomianism, and assurance are all intricately tied to the gospel and the believer’s understanding of it.

Though filled with rich theology and church history, The Whole Christ is an accessible volume for any reader looking to grow in their understanding of justification by faith alone. It is also a great resource for counseling people who struggle with legalism, antinomianism or lack of assurance.

The Whole Christ is especially good for pastors. It serves as a reminder that the pastor’s view of the gospel shapes his hearers’ views as well. It is essential that pastors grasp and offer the Whole Christ to world in need of the Savior.




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