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R. C. Sproul’s Crucial Questions Booklet Collection (Set of 10 Paperback) Ecom

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The Crucial Questions booklet series by Dr. R.C. Sproul offers succinct answers to important questions often asked by Christians and thoughtful inquirers. A An easy reformation study every Christian should know! Great resources for students and adults.

This set includes the following 10 books from the Crucial Questions series:

*Can I Be Right with God?: By faith alone in Christ alone, sinful men and women can be justified and stand forgiven before a holy God.

*How Can I Live by Faith?: Sproul demonstrates that Christianity is rational because it is based on the promises of God, who has proven His trustworthiness in His Word.

*What Can I Do with My Guilt?: God can use these feelings to reveal our true guilt. Dr. Sproul then points to the only remedy—the forgiveness that God provides through Jesus Christ.

*What Does It Mean to Be Born Again?: Dr. Sproul affirms that the new birth is essential for salvation and goes on to show that this regeneration is a sovereign work of God in our hearts.

*What Is Baptism?: Baptism is a sign and seal of God’s promise of redemption, of cleansing from sin, and of new life in Christ.

*What Is Faith?: Sproul looks to Hebrews 11 for a biblical definition of faith.

*What is Repentance?: All people have sinned and broken God’s law. None of us are good (Rom. 3:10). And as a result of our sin, God commands us to repent. But what does repentance look like?

*Why Should I Join a Church?: It’s dangerous to attempt the Christian life alone. We need one another to live and worship well.

*What Is the Gospel?: While we could never save ourselves from His just condemnation, God calls us to trust in His Son, Jesus Christ, who alone can redeem us!

*What Do Jesus’ Parables Mean?: The Good Samaritan. The Prodigal Son. The Pearl of Great Price. Jesus was well known for using parables to illustrate a point.