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Publisher's Summary

In this first volume, Dr. Steven J. Lawson begins a projected five-volume series that traces the unbroken line of men who have taught the truths of God's sovereign grace throughout history. Volume one is devoted to the biblical writers as well as to the Lord Jesus Christ. As Dr. Lawson shows, seven key doctrines emerge repeatedly throughout the Bible, divine election, and divine reprobation as well as the doctrines of grace. Beginning with Genesis and continuing through Revelation, Dr. Lawson demonstrates God's sovereignty in the administration of his saving grace.
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By Lauren H. on 08-12-15

Steven J. Lawson has another winner!

What made the experience of listening to Foundations of Grace CA the most enjoyable?

Foundations of Grace is thoughtfully written, a powerful book, packed full of great history of the Faith.

What did you like best about this story?

The content alone was just great! I love Christian history well written!

Which character – as performed by David Cochran Heath – was your favorite?

n/a- David did a wonderful job!

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By Vincent on 01-21-16

Doctrines of Grace

An outstanding work explaining the Doctrines of Grace as they are embedded in each book of the Bible and interconnected throughout the Bible as a whole.
I would rate it 4.5 if i.could only because of the overly heavy reliance upon Pastor John MacArthur in the final chapter covering the Book of Revelation. Nothing against John MacArthur I just don't agree with his end times exegesis.
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