Like most of John MacArthur's books, this one is thought provoking and covers several aspects of its subject. One of the author's great strengths is that he challenges the reader to think deeply about subjects that are often poorly understood because they have been quickly defined and explored shallowly if at all. The progression of thought doesn't flow as well as in most of MacArthur's books, probably because this material is compiled from five previously released books. Certainly worth reading, but not one of the author's best.
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