This product contains ten copies of Regeneration and Redemptive History: A Biblical-Theological Consideration of Regeneration.
With an appreciation for the redemptive-historical cast of Scripture, Dr. Scott Wright’s Regeneration and Redemptive History: A Biblical-Theological Consideration of Regeneration aims to highlight the eschatological nature of regeneration and, in so doing, to strengthen the faith of Christ’s church and cultivate the assurance of God’s people. After providing an historical survey, Dr. Wright offers a careful consideration of pertinent biblical texts touching on the doctrine of regeneration. He emphasizes the priority of the historia salutis—the redemptive works of God in history. With pastoral gentleness and candor, Dr. Wright clearly expounds the theological, pastoral, and personal implications of the eschatological nature of regeneration as well as the significance of Jesus’ accomplished redemptive work. This thorough, practical guide will assist students, pastors, and lay people in developing a new appreciation for the truth and fullness of the distinctive soteriological doctrine of regeneration.