Turning to God deals with conversion. The content of the book centers around the reality that when a person is converted to Christ, there is not simply one part of his or her life that is converted. Conversion, as we have taught, impacts every area of life, though that is not often understood or highlighted as it should be. As a result we fail to see the results in people’s lives that we should.
The author of this booktakes the basic topics of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and traces how they impact us today, but he also sounds the challenge to take the truth of yesterday, build upon it today, and prepare for tomorrow. He clearly expresses what the Reformation was all about.
The author deals with the formulation and development of 32 major doctrines of the Christian faith. Knowing we mustteach our people good sound doctrine is to help them understand how and why this or that is a “major” doctrine vitally important to the Christian faith, as well as our own lives. This is really the heart of the discipleship assigned to the church.
This book reveals a man struggling with God, his family, and beyond, and how the author was able to walk with him through how understanding the Trinity teaches us how to improve our relationships with the people in our lives.
This book is important today because there is confusion, disagreement, and contradictions within the evangelical world on the Orthodox view of inerrancy. It contains three parts. part one deals with the History of the Inerrancy Controversy; part two deals with the Recent Challenges to Inerrancy; part three focuses on the Reexamination of Inerrancy.
This book seeks to underscore the truth that creeds and confessions are not only needed as checkpoints, not only to enable us to express our beliefs, but also to keep us from misunderstanding God’s truth in our day.