Zoom in on the doctrine of “by grace alone” and examine how it affects every aspect of Christian life and thought with the Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society. Published semiannually, this journal is gospel centered and gospel focused—explaining the good news of salvation by grace through faith, with studies on biblical texts, historical analysis, and theological reflection. Established in 1988, the Grace Evangelical Society has published 26 volumes of the journal and it features articles from leading scholars, including Robert Wilkin, H.A. Ironside, Stephen R. Lewis, and Zane C. Hodges.
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Focuses exclusively on the doctrine of “by grace alone” and its implications
Examines biblical texts, historical events, and theological questions
Addresses the practical implications of the doctrines of grace