Grappling with Grace (Paperback)
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Grappling with Grace (Paperback)

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Paperback 128 Pages / Published: 16/11/2006
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Based on an original doctrinal study of God's grace, which started in the 1960's, Grappling With Grace is a book about the amazing grace of God and its relevance in the world today. Living as we do in an age of international uncertainty and deteriorating moral standards, the infinite and amazing grace of God needs to take on a relevance vital to every living soul in the present depressing and declining situation of the Twenty-First Century. Denis Wheadon was born in 1931 in Sherborne, Dorset, England. He came to faith in Christ and was baptised in 1945, served for a period in the RAF, married his wife, May, in 1951 and was ordained into the Christian ministry in 1955. The ensuing years were spent in preaching the gospel through pastoral ministry, local radio broadcasting, and writing. He and his wife now live in Bournemouth, in so-called retirement, where he is still actively engaged in ministry. He has his own Christian website at www.pen4god.co.uk.

Publisher: New Generation Publishing
ISBN: 9780755202577
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 172 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 7 mm
Edition: UK ed.

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