The Great Exchange: Justification by Faith Alone in the Light of Recent Thought
Day One 1996
While there is much by way of activity around the world in sharing the message of Gods love, at times there is a lack of clarity on exactly how it is that God saves and accepts sinners. Right at the heart of Gods redemptive love is the cross of Christ, and the work which Jesus did in purchasing our salvation. In this book, Dr. Eveson helpfully opens up the Bible’s teaching on justification, and then compares it with modern thinking, notably with Roman Catholicism and modern ecumenical projects, and with the views of Rev. Tom Wright. The book includes detailed general and Scripture index.
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- A 228 page look at how God saves and accepts sinners
- Includes detailed general and Scripture index
- Completely interactive with your Logos library
Praise for the Print Edition
This piece of clear, warm theology is a priceless guide and example. Absorb, teach, rejoice in these pages! Very highly recommended.
—The Banner of Truth Magazine
...a very timely book… must reading for ministers and all thinking Christians.
—British Evangelical Council
- Title: The Great Exchange: Justification by Faith Alone in the Light of Recent Thought
- Author: Philip Eveson
- Publisher: Day One
- Publication Date: 1996
- Pages: 228
About Philip Eveson
Philip Eveson, a native of Wrexham, obtained his initial degree in biblical studies at the University College of North Wales, Bangor. From there, he was awarded a scholarship to read theology at Selwyn College, Cambridge. He later gained his M.Th. in Hebrew and Aramaic Studies at Kings College, London and is a member of the Tyndale Fellowship for biblical research. After ministering in Wales, he moved to London, and he is resident tutor and lecturer in biblical languages and exegesis at the London Theological Seminary.