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The Westminster Confession of Faith is one of the most precise and comprehensive statements of biblical Christianity, and it is treasured by believers around the world. Dr. R. C. Sproul has called it one of the most important confessions of faith ever penned, and it has helped generations of Christians understand and defend what they believe.

In Truths We Confess, Dr. Sproul introduces listeners to this remarkable confession, explaining its insights and applying them to modern life. In his signature easy-to-understand style and with his conviction that everyone’s a theologian, he provides valuable commentary that will serve churches and individual Christians as they strive to better understand the eternal truths of Scripture. As he walks through the confession line by line, Dr. Sproul shows how the doctrines of the Bible - from creation to covenant, sin to salvation - fit together to the glory of God. This accessible volume is designed to help you deepen your knowledge of God’s word and answer the question, What do you believe?

©2019 R. C. Sproul (P)2021 Reformation Trust

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Good overall summary of reformed theology

I enjoyed the reader’s ability to keep my attention. It was a good summary of reformed theology. However, I felt the R.C. Sproul was selective in his use of Jonathan Edwards. There was much from Edwards that wasn’t mentioned. I also don’t agree with the writer’s definition of repentance. It seemed to change depending on the section. It should be a change of mind or thinking and then taking action in going the other direction.

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Incredible book and insight

I believe this is the gold standard for helping readers understand and apply the doctrines of The Westminster Confession of Faith. Christians that are new to the faith may struggle to understand some of the concepts at first and you may want to start at a more basic book. A good one would be, “Knowing God” by J.I. Packer. But, if you are willing to take the time, it is one of the best books on reformed doctrine that I’ve ever read. And I’ve read a lot! If you are not reformed in your understanding, this one would be good for you to read as well to see at what points you specifically struggle. I highly recommend this book.

Blessings,
Pastor Paul Trimble
Bent Tree Church
Loveland, Colorado