Redemption Accomplished and Appliedby John Murray
Did Christ die for all people without exception or only for those whom He came to save? Why was the atonement even necessary at all? Does faith precede regeneration or does regeneration precede faith? What is the order in which the benefits of Jesus’ death are applied to His people?
In this book, John Murray offers answers to these questions as well as many others as he examines the biblical doctrine of redemption. Murray analyzes the necessity, nature, perfection, and extent of the atonement in order to establish its relationship to our justification, sanctification, and glorification. The role of faith and repentance are discussed as well as our union with Christ, providing believers with a deeper appreciation of the depth of sin and glory of God’s saving grace.