This book deals with the practical moral problems that every man must face, no less the Christian than the pagan. The emphasis on Sin is set against the reality of Redemption. "If sin is a radical twist with a supernatural originator, salvation is a radical re-adjustment with a supernatural Originator" ... "It is only the right view of sin and right thinking about sin that ever will explain Jesus Christ's life and death and resurrection."
Subjects: Sin › Biblical teaching; Salvation › Biblical teaching
Resource ID: LLS:42.90.3
Resource Type: Monograph
Metadata Last Updated: 2014-02-06T18:12:13Z
Oswald Chambers (1874–1917) was a prominent preacher, writer, and evangelist. He studied at The Art School in South Kensington, the University of Edinburg, and Dunoon Training School.
Chambers served as a YMCA chaplain to British Commonwealth soldiers during World War I. He also worked as a traveling speaker for the League of Prayer and as the main teacher of the Bible Training College. His preaching ministry reached Britain, America, and Japan.