The story of God's gracious pursuit of the sinner leads us into many deep questions about the relation of His purposes to human inability. His love to His holiness, and His mercy to His justice. This book explores these matters biblically, theologically, and pastorally in a way that is both brave and helpful.
-David F. Wells, Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor, Historical and Systematic Theology, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
One of the most winsome, discerning and compelling presentations of the seriousness of sin and the grace of God. It is among the few potentially life-changing books -- to believe it and live a careless Christian life should be an impossibility.
-Iain H.Murray, Author and Conference Speaker