What Is Saving Faith? $12.95

Gordon H. Clark
Large paperback (7x10), 179 pages [2004]

This is the combined edition of two of Dr. Clark's seminal books: Faith and Saving Faith and The Johannine Logos. Both books deal with the crucial issue of justification by faith alone in a new fashion: by deriving a definition of faith (belief) from the Greek New Testament rather than from Latin theologians. It is both ironic and telling that most Protestants, when asked to define the word "faith," sound like they are exegeting the Vulgate. No one before Dr. Clark has examined, collated, and systematized the wealth of Scriptural material relevant to the definition of faith. The result is a refreshing and exhilarating defense of the doctrine of justification through belief alone.

Contents:
Faith and Saving Faith
: Foreword, Preface, Introduction, Generic Faith: Brand Blanshard, Generic and Secular Belief: H.H. Price, Roman Catholic Views, Biblical Data, John Calvin, Thomas Manton, John Owen, Charles Hodge, Interlude on the Head and the Heart, B.B. Warfield, Minor Men: John Anderson and J. H. Bavinck, John Theodore Mueller, The End of History, The Necessity of Faith, The Language, Person or Proposition?, The Object, A Conclusion

The Johannine Logos: Introduction, The Prologue, Logos and Rheemata, Truth, Saving Faith, Conclusion

Scripture Index, Index, The Crisis of Our Time, Intellectual Ammunition

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