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Shelves: favorites This is a book Ill be referencing and recommending for a long time. Piper is unrelenting and detailed in his arguments and Ive come away with a healthier and God glorifying view of God. Read this book! I would gladly hand it to someone who had no theological background and tell them to read it and learn about the importance of worship and missions. Ortlund on the back of this book.
This is very basic stuff. To call this book "dense" is insulting to theologians who really wrestle with some of the issues Piper addresses here. He just throws a few texts out of context at his opponent and calls it a day. Not to mention he is an awful writer, and his written this same book at least 15 times now.
Great for beginners, but should not be a stopping point at all. This book is certainly vintage Piper. Every chapter is God-centered, Scripture-saturated, and Christ-exalting. Unlike most modern books on missions, it is more theological treatise than missiological strategy.
The chapters are very logical, and he breaks almost every thought up with section heads. I spilled a great deal of yellow ink highlighting the pages of this book, and I will certainly be keeping it close at hand as a resource for all of my life and ministry.
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