Item description for Unless You Repent by Henry A. Ironside & William MacDonald...
Overview Ironside's clear and gracious handling of the much misunderstood doctrine of repentance comes as a breath of fresh air, dispelling the fog.
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Studio: Gospel Folio Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.08" Width: 4.92" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher Gospel Folio Press
Series Gospel Reprints
ISBN 1882701070 ISBN13 9781882701070
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More About Henry A. Ironside & William MacDonald
H.A. Ironside (1876-1951) was an internationally acclaimed Bible teacher and preacher, as well as the author of more than sixty books. His writings include addresses or commentaries on the entire New Testament, all of the Old Testament prophetic books, and a great many volumes on other biblical topics. For eighteen of his fifty years of ministry, Dr. Ironside was pastor of the historic Moody Memorial Church in Chicago, Ill.
Henry A. Ironside was born in 1876 and died in 1951.
Reviews - What do customers think about Unless You Repent?
Excellent, edifying! Apr 20, 2008
This reprint of Except Ye Repent by H.A. Ironside is a thorough and important study of biblical repentance for all interested in understanding this important subject. Although the focus of the book is repentance as it relates to the person in need of salvation through faith in Christ, one of the many benefits I received from reading this book was a fuller realization of the importance of repentance in the Christian's life. The text has been lightly edited; primarily minor changes like paragraph breaks, capitalization, italicization, etc. There is, however, some re-wording, although I found only one instance where I would question the change (my preference is to leave the author's original words unchanged). This edition includes helpful subject and scripture indexes. Used copies of the original 1937 edition are available, but be sure to verify the edition you are purchasing.
Repentance and Faith are necessary for Salvation! Jan 12, 2008
This book discusses a subject that seems forgotten in America. Repentance and Faith are both needed for a man to be saved. Those who say you can repent and continue living in a sinful lifestyle are wrong. Those who say you must repent and stop sinning are wrong. Repentance is a change of mind in relation to sin, self, and the Saviour. Repentance means a change of mind. This is not "works salvation". If YOU REPENTING is "works" then why is it when YOU BELIEVE that is not "works". You are doing both. Repentance is a change of mind that results in a change of action. If you change your mind about sin, then you will no longer want to live in it. It doesn't mean you will stop sinning, but that you will not want to. That is not "works" that is evidence. John the Baptist said "Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance." Mat.3:8 Repentance is part of salvation. Faith and repentance cannot be seperated and are not the same. You cannot have faith without repentance, and you cannot have repentance without faith.
DO NOT OVER LOOK THIS ONE Dec 19, 2007
PLEASE DO NOT OVER LOOK THIS BOOK. It is an old book but extremely important. I have read many books regarding the doctrine of repentance from various view points but none has come close to this one. This is literally the best book on the subject. The author defends repentance at salvation from a traditional dispensational school of thought but He is not an antinomian, I can assure you of that. At the opening of the book, he writes: "It can never be out of place to proclaim salvation by free, unmerited favour to all who put their trust in the Lord Jesus Christ. But it needs ever to be insisted on that the faith that justifies is not a mere intellectual process-not simply crediting certain historical facts or doctrinal statements; but it is a faith that springs from a divinely wrought conviction of sin which produces a repentance that is sincere and genuine." Chapter 1
This book should be marketed and re-published for a greater audience. I think it would do well, especially in our day.