The Doctrines of Grace: Student Edition
“Admirably succeeds in exploring doctrines deeply while also communicating in a clear, simple, and lucid manner.”See All
David VanDrunen (Th.M.
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; J.D., Northwestern University School of Law; Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago), Professor of Systematic theology and Christian Ethics, Westminster Seminary California
“A great resource for those who want to go deeper into the foundation of their faith and heritage.”See All
Stephen Smallman (M.Div.
Covenant Theological Seminary), author, Understanding the Faith
“Christian parents have the great blessing of raising their children in the fear of the Lord. They also have a great responsibility. This is where they often get stuck, feeling totally inadequate to the task. In this little book, Shane Lems comes alongside to assist. He lays out some of the basic doctrines of our churches, where they are found clearly in Scripture, and why they matter. I pray God uses it to raise up a new generation of godly leaders and servants.”See All
Daniel R. Hyde
Pastor, Oceanside United Reformed Church
“If you have a hard time understanding Calvinism, TULIP, or how God saves by grace, this primer will not only bring clarity to this often–confusing subject, but will also instill delight and thanksgiving in your soul! I highly recommend it!”See All
Brian H. Cosby (D.Min.
North American Reformed Seminary; Ph.D., Australian College of Theology), author, Giving Up Gimmicks: Reclaiming Youth Ministry from an Entertainment Culture and Rebels Rescued: A Student’s Guide to Reformed Theology
“Shane Lems tackles some of the weightiest (and often misunderstood) doctrines of the ReformedChristian faith, and does so with simplicity, clarity, and grace. This is a concise and clear introduction to the doctrines of grace for young people who are serious about God’s Word and about the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. I commend it to you.”See All
Pastor for Senior High, College Church, Wheaton
A great resource for teen Sunday school classes or those new to the Reformed faith.
In twelve short lessons, Shane Lems introduces the five points of Calvinism, explaining their biblical and historical basis and application.
Includes discussion questions.