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The Sovereignty of God

A.W. Pink
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  • Who's in control of this world-God or the devil? In this best-selling classic, A.W. Pink answers such profound questions in a language the average Christian layperson will find not only understandable but totally engaging. Pink, one of the most influential evangelical authors of the last century, writes with fiery passion and brilliant clarity, giving biblical answers to our deepest questions regarding the ''sadly neglected and little understood'' doctrine of the sovereignty of God.

     

  • Author: A.W. Pink
    Paperback: 313 pages

    Publisher: Bridge-Logos Publishers; Pap/Com edition (January 1, 2008)

    Language: English

    ISBN-10: 0882704249

    ISBN-13: 978-0882704241

    Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.7 x 0.9 inches

    Shipping Weight: 1 pounds


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  • Foreword to the First Edition
    Foreword to the Second Edition
    Foreword to the Third Edition

    Biography of A.W. Pink

    Chapter 1 - God's Sovereignty Defined
    Chapter 2 - The Sovereignty of God in Creation
    Chapter 3 - The Sovereignty of God in Administration
    Chapter 4 - The Sovereignty of God in Salvation
    Chapter  5 - The Sovereignty of God in Reprobation
    Chapter  6 - The Sovereignty of God in Operation
    Chapter 7 - God's Sovereignty and the Human Will
    Chapter 8 - Sovereignty and Human Responsibility
    Chapter 9 - God's Sovereignty and Prayer
    Chapter 10 - Our Attitude Toward His Sovereignty
    Chapter 11 - Difficulties and Objections
    Chapter 12 - The Value of This Doctrine
    Conclusion

    Appendix 1 - The Will of God
    Appendix 2 - The Case of Adam
    Appendix 3 - The Meaning of "Kosmos" in John
    Appendix 4 - 1 John 2:2
    Study Guide
    Index

About the Author

A.W. Pink

Arthur W. Pink was born in Great Britain and immigrated to the U.S. to study at Moody Bible Institute. He became an itinerant Bible teacher in 1919 before returning to his native land in 1934 where he remained until his death. Independent Bible study convinced Pink that much of modern evangelism was defective. The progressive spiritual decline of his own nation was to him the inevitable consequence of the prevalence of a "gospel" that could neither wound (convict) nor heal (regeneration). Mr. Pink was rarely sidetracked from the great themes of Scripture: grace, justification, and sanctification.