Moses and the Burning Bush, New from R.C. Sproul and Reformation Trust
How can an unholy people stand before a holy God? Who is God, and what is His relationship to His creation? In Exodus 3, Moses saw a bush that was burning yet not consumed by the flames. When he turned to look at it, God gave him one of the most profound theology lessons recorded in the Bible.
Moses and the Burning Bush, the newest book from R.C. Sproul, is a concise summary of this remarkable encounter. Dr. Sproul introduces us to God’s revelation in the burning bush and discusses why it is still relevant for Christians today.
- A Consuming Fire
- The Invisible Hand of God
- The Burning Bush
- The Glory of God
- God Comes Near
- Holy Ground
- I AM: The Name of God
- I AM: The Being of God
- I AM: The Aseity of God
- A Divine Mission
- A Shadow of Christ
“What Moses experienced at the burning bush is what God’s people experience today: a holy, transcendent, all-consuming God who comes down to dwell with His people.”
—R.C. Sproul in Moses and the Burning Bush
Available now from ReformationTrust.com.
Dr. R.C. Sproul was founder of Ligonier Ministries, founding pastor of Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford, Fla., and first president of Reformation Bible College. He was author of more than one hundred books, including The Holiness of God.