Two Men, Two Acts, Two Results: The Gospel according to Paul contrasts two men, Adam and Christ; their two acts, disobedience and obedience; and the two results, condemnation and justification. This book aims to help readers understand and spread the “gospel of grace—the good news concerning Christ and him crucified—and that alone.” Originally published in 1939, the book goes to the heart of Christianity and remains relevant today. This volume is an excellent choice for advanced Bible classes and study groups. Lewis Sperry Chafer provides an introduction.
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J. A. Youngberg was an experienced Bible teacher, who originally published Two Men, Two Acts, Two Results in 1939.