The blog tour for Sanctified by Grace has begun! T&T Clark has introduced the tour on their blog and is offering a 30% discount on the book while the blog tour is running (until January 29)! Check it out here.
Three stops on the tour were posted yesterday and today:
Bobby Grow at The Evangelical Calvinist (read here).
“The book, as envisioned by Eilers and Strobel, is intended to function, for one of its uses, as a volume used in college and seminary classroom teaching; i.e. as a textbook for a Christian theology class, or maybe even for a rigorous Sunday school class at church involved in Christian Education, etc. I would say, beyond a doubt, this volume achieves that mark and more! In fact I would go so far as to say that any thoughtful Christian ought to take this book up and read (tolle lege)!”
W. Travis McMaken at Die Evangelischen Theologen (read here).
“It seems as though a not insignificant portion of the Protestant theological community in English speaking countries has become increasingly concerned over recent decades in “sanctification” broadly conceived…It was therefore only a matter of time before we were given a book of this nature, which seeks to consider the loci of systematic theology through the lens of sanctification. “
“[Eilers and Strobel] notice that there is often a divide between doctrine and theology on the one side and spirituality and ministry on the other. In this book they hope to help tear down that false dichotomy.”