The Grace and Truth Paradox
Responding with Christlike Balance
Jan 9, 2003 | 96 Pages
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About The Grace and Truth Paradox
Grace or Truth…or Both?
Truth without grace breeds self-righteousness and crushing legalism.
Grace without truth breeds deception and moral compromise.
Is it possible to embrace both in balance?
Randy Alcorn offers a simple yet profound two-point checklist of Christlikeness. “In the end,” says Alcorn, “we don’t need grace or truth. We need grace and truth. And for people to see Jesus in us, they must see both.”
About Randy AlcornRandy Alcorn is the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries and a New York Times bestselling author of over fifty books, including Heaven (over one million sold), The Treasure Principle (over two million sold), If God Is Good, Happiness, and the award-winning novel Safely Home. His books sold exceed eleven million copies and have been translated into over seventy languages.
Alcorn resides in Gresham, Oregon with his wife, Nanci. They have two married daughters and five grandsons. Randy enjoys hanging out with his family, biking, underwater photography, research, and reading.
Contact Eternal Perspective Ministries at www.epm.org or 39085 Pioneer Blvd., Suite 206, Sandy, OR 97055 or 503.668.5200. Follow Randy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/randyalcorn; Twitter: www.twitter.com/randyalcorn; and on his blog: www.epm.org/blog.
96 pages | Published by Multnomah
On Sale Date: Jan 9, 2003
Trim Size: 4-1/2 x 6-1/4
Carton Quantity: 24
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Grace or Truth or Both?
Christians trying to model their lives after Jesus may find that He gets buried under lists, rules, and formulas. Now bestselling author Randy Alcorn offers a simple two-point checklist for Christlikeness based on John 1:14. The test consists of balancing grace and truth, equally and unapologetically. Grace without truth deceives people, and ceases to be grace. Truth without grace crushes people, and ceases to be truth. Alcorn shows the reader how to show the world Jesus -- offering grace instead of the world's apathy and tolerance, offering truth instead of the world's relativism and deception.