The Total Depravity Of Man: Pathways To The Past (Paperback)
Think of it God's revelation, the Bible, records that the magnificent, omnipotent, eternally self-existent One, Who was before there was a beginning, or time, or space, or anything, has chosen to make Himself known. This God, Who fills all things, yet is contained by none, Who exists within eternity, yet is greater than eternity, has stepped from eternity into time. His intention? To reveal, not just His characteristics, qualities or attributes, but His identity -- Who He is -- and how we can relate to Him. His revelation? The astounding reality that He is One, a Singular Being, yet a union of three persons -- Father, Son and Holy Spirit -- and that He, as Father, invites His children, the Son's disciples, through the intimate presence of the Holy Spirit in their lives, to share in and experience the profound intimacy of Their union. Why is did God - what is it that necessitated His stepping from eternity into time? One of the primary answers to that question is found in the title of this book: The Total Depravity Of Man. Powerfully Written An Excellent, Exciting Exposition of the Word of God Pink explores and explains this little-understood, oft confused, yet intriguing biblical truth: For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly. Romans 5:6. This book - The Total Depravity Of Man -- introduces and orients the reader to critical biblical/theological thinking -- with a clarity that fosters biblical thought and facilitates Bible comprehension. Pathways To The Past Each volume stands alone as an Individual Book Each volume stands together with others to enhance the value of your collection Build your Personal, Pastoral or Church Library Pathways To The Past contains an ever-expanding list of Christendom's most influencial authors Augustine of Hippo, Athanasius, E. M. Bounds, John Bunyan, Brother Lawrence, Jessie Penn-Lewis, Bernard of Clairvaux, Andrew Murray, Watchman Nee, Arthur W. Pink, Hannah Whitall Smith, R. A. Torrey, A. W. Tozer, Jean-Pierre de Caussade, And many, many more.