Truths We Confess: A Layman’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith (Vol. 1-3 Set)by R.C. Sproul
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Timeless truths — viewed in their enduring relevance. In his three-volume exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith, R.C. Sproul writes with both insight into current issues and clarity for lay readers. The resulting commentary will long serve the church as an invaluable aid for digesting and teaching the eternal truths of Scripture.
Why teach biblical truth from a confession of faith? Sproul explains: “Though human confessions and creeds are penned by fallible people without the benefit of the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, I stand in awe at the profound level of theological and biblical precision manifest in the Westminster Confession of Faith. I would argue that the Westminster Standards are the most precise and accurate summaries of the content of biblical Christianity ever set forth in a creedal form … in my judgment, no historic confession surpasses in eloquence, grandeur, and theological accuracy the Westminster Confession of Faith.”
In his three-volume exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith, R.C. Sproul writes with both insight into current issues and clarity for lay readers.
The first volume, covering chapters 1-8 of the confession, explains what we need to understand about Holy Scripture, God and the Trinity, his decree, creation, providence, the fall into sin, God’s covenant, and Christ the Mediator. Every discussion is geared toward bringing us to a deeper knowledge of and greater love for the doctrines of grace set forth in God’s Word.
The second volume, covering chapters 9-22 of the confession, explains the doctrines of free will, effectual calling, justification, adoption, sanctification, faith, repentance, good works, perseverance, assurance, God’s law, Christian liberty, the Sabbath, and oaths.
The third volume, covering chapters 23-33 of the confession, treats the civil magistrate, marriage and divorce, the church and communion of the saints, baptism and the Lord’s Supper, church government, and the final judgment and afterlife. Also included are indexes to the three volumes.