The Breadth of Salvation

Rediscovering the Fullness of God’s Saving Work

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Tom Greggs
  • Ada, MI: 
    Baker Academic
    , July
     144 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


All too often, the Christian understanding of salvation has been one-dimensional, reducing all that God has done for us to a single conception or idea. In this volume, one of today's leading theologians offers a brief, accessibly written, but theologically substantive treatment of the doctrine of salvation.

Drawing on the broad tradition of the church and the Christian faith in explaining the Christian understandings of salvation, Tom Greggs challenges the contemporary church to be captured afresh by the immeasurable height, depth, and breadth of God's saving actions. Professors and students of theology, soteriology, and Christology as well as pastors and theologically educated lay readers will value this work.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Tom Greggs, FRSE is head of divinity and holds the Marischal Chair of Divinity at the University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen, Scotland, and is a founding codirector of the Aberdeen Centre for Protestant Theology.



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