John Bunyan and the Grace of Fearing God
John Bunyan and the Grace of Fearing God by Joel R. Beeke and Paul M. Smalley
He was the author of the best-selling Christian book of all time. His Bible-saturated works have inspired generations of believers all over the world. And yet, as influential as it is, John Bunyan's theology contains a unifying thread that is sorely neglected in the modern church: the vital importance of the fear of God.
Fearing God is seen by many as psychologically harmful—at odds with belief in a God of love. But Bunyan knew personally that the only freedom from a guilty fear of God's wrath is a joyful, childlike fear of his holiness. Joel Beeke and Paul Smalley guide us through Bunyan's life before exploring his writings to illuminate the true grace of fearing God.
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