Edited by Gabriel Fluher

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781596381780
Price: $13.00
Pages: 192
Publication date: February 2010
Topic: Atonement


The doctrine of atonement is under attack. Evangelical publishing houses are releasing books that purport to change our understanding of this central Christian doctrine; church leaders are asking for the emphasis to change away from Christ as sin-bearer to Christ as exemplar of God's love (as if they need to be mutually exclusive?). What have some of the churches' best-known theologians and pastors to say on the matter? Published in conjunction with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, this is a collecting of outstanding presentations on the Atonement from recent Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology meetings, together they make a strong case for the Reformed view of Atonement, but this book doesn't just discuss points of theology; it also shows the implications of that theology and how to communicate it - brilliant!


'The essays are substantive, rich, warm, “popular” level, and easily accessible to the average Christian reader. What a marvelous thing if every church member would read and digest these chapters!’ – Fred Zaspel

“With a glorious subject and a stellar cast of authors, Atonement edited by Gabriel N.E. Fluhrer promises to edify and enlighten all those who take time to read it with an open heart… it is a sure read for anyone who picks it up.” - David Schrock


Gabriel N.E. Fluhrer

Gabriel N.E. Fluhrer (Ph.D. Westminster Theological Seminary) is a minister of discipleship at the First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Mississippi. Gabe was ordained to the gospel ministry at the historic Second Presbyterian Church of Greenville, South Carolina, his hometown, and formerly served as the church planter and pastor of Shiloh Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, NC. He and his wife, both of whom came to know Jesus Christ in a saving way as adults, are proud parents of two children. Gabe is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He also holds a PhD  from Westminster Theological Seminary, where he studied under the direction of Dr. K. Scott Oliphint. In addition to his pastoral duties, Gabe serves on the distance education faculty of Reformed Theological Seminary. He is the editor of three books: Atonement (P&R 2010), These Last Days (P&R 2011), and Solid Ground (P&R 2012)


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