-Chuck Colson, author of How Now Shall We Live
“It may be a bit early to call R.C. Sproul’s The Holiness of God one of the classical theological works of our time. But if it does not have that status yet, it is well on the way to achieving it.”
-James Montgomery Boice, senior minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
What is the holiness of God? Are you intrigued by it, or are you terrified? R.C. Sproul clearly identifies this attribute of God and all the associations one may make with it. This absolutely will inform and radically cause a re-thinking of one’s view of God.
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Willie Moore says:
A must read... If you need to understand exactly why God allows this world to seemingly spin aimlessly out of control...then listen or read this book!!! You're not alone, me too...
Antonina Ruth Bruno says:
OK, the section mentioning the flatulence of Luther cracked me up...but time to get serious... This book really touched me. Like most Christians my age, I am caught between not quite liking the "stuffiness" of some of my elders' worship context...but not quite buying the contemporary package of the comfortable "fellowship" hall or "business meeting" type church environment, either. Sproul not o... Read more
Audiofile Magazine says:
Over two decades ago Dr. Sproul published his masterpiece on God's holiness. It could have failed to capture readers’ attention. It could have failed to capture the message of God's glory. It did neither and, instead, exceeded all expectations to become a standard work on the subject. Grover Gardner rolls smoothly through the accessible material, which invites pondering while doing justice to a ... Read more