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The plight of man and the power of God / by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

By: Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn (David Martyn), 1899-1981 [author.]
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA : Baker Book House, 1982Description: 93 pages ; 18 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0801056217 (paperback)Subject(s): Salvation
Contents:
The religious history of mankind -- Religion and morality -- The nature of sin -- The wrath of God -- The only solution.
Summary: In these five powerful messages based on verses selected from the first chapter of the Book of Romans, Dr Lloyd-Jones boldly confronts a fragmented world with the authority of the Gospel. He calls for a renewal of the church and challenges Christians to restore the self-discipline that strengthened the early church. Although the chapters initially were lectures given in Edinburgh during World War II, these rich expositions speak pertinently and forcefully to Christians today.--Back cover.
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Holland Park Library Room 1 234 llo pli 1992 c1 (Browse shelf) Available 2230
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1992 printing.

Paperback edition issued 1982 by Baker Book House Company with permission of Pickering and Inglis Ltd.

1992 printing

The religious history of mankind -- Religion and morality -- The nature of sin -- The wrath of God -- The only solution.

In these five powerful messages based on verses selected from the first chapter of the Book of Romans, Dr Lloyd-Jones boldly confronts a fragmented world with the authority of the Gospel. He calls for a renewal of the church and challenges Christians to restore the self-discipline that strengthened the early church. Although the chapters initially were lectures given in Edinburgh during World War II, these rich expositions speak pertinently and forcefully to Christians today.--Back cover.

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