Daniel Tong - Law And Grace : Salvation, Sin and Good Works in the Christian Life
“Daniel Tong has written a masterpiece to address a pressing problem among those who practise a “cheap” form of Grace by dispensing the essential influence and the inclusion of the Law in Christian belief and practice. Though Daniel writes to respond to a pervasive trend within Singapore Christianity, he does so in a balanced and pastorally responsible manner. This piece of work will appeal to the common man who grapples with some of the issues that have been debated on a higher academic platform but made simple to understand.” The Rev Gerard Jacobs Author of The Pursuit and Acquisition of Health and Wealth Super or hyper grace teaching is gaining both adherents and detractors across continents and denominations. Those in support of this teaching find new liberty from guilt and condemnation in its emphasis on the grace of God; while others question the denigration of the law of God and the manner in which Scripture is interpreted. Without a doubt, the message has mass appeal; with the messengers who deliver the teaching being both charming and eloquent greatly aiding the cause. Is this a fresh revelation from God, or a deception of the devil? Why is Grace teaching so compelling, yet divisive? Are law and grace—both of God—truly opposed to each other? What is the root issue over which we are all concerned? This book will attempt to answer these questions and more.