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A Theology of Sin
From marital infidelity to global
war, the world is obviously broken,
leaving people desperate to find an
explanation for our universal sin
problem. In the latest addition to the
Theology in Community series,
Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson
have assembled an interdisciplinary
team of evangelical thinkers to explore
the biblical doctrine of sin from a
variety of angles. Among other
contributors, popular scholar D. A.
Carson discusses the contemporary
significance of sin; seasoned professor
Paul House details sin in the Old
Testament law, prophets, and writings;
and New Testament expert Douglas Moo
explores sin from Paulís vantage point.
This team of top-notch scholars offers
modern readers a comprehensive overview
of this oft-neglected, biblical theme
so that readers might learn to live
better in a sinful world.
Edited by Christopher W. Morgan, Robert
A. Peterson, Contributions by Gerald
Bray, David B. Calhoun, D. A. Carson,
Bryan Chapell, Paul R. House, John W.
Mahony, Douglas J. Moo, Sydney H. T.
Page, Robert W. Yarbrough
- Type: Paperback
- Pages: 320
- ISBN: 9781433522123
- SKU: 9781433522123
- Publisher: Crossway