HAMMER OF GOD by Bo Giertz

WHY I LIKE IT
Three generations of Lutheran clergy in a Swedish village -- one God who humbles hearts and saves souls. Twice was brought to tears. Leland Ryken wrote a review for TGC and called it a Christian classic. I certainly wish Augsburg Fortress would rethink the format and cover -- it feels like a self-published book.
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In this bestselling novel, three pastors learn the necessity of relying on God's grace. They fall short of their pastoral duties through public humiliation, self-doubt, inability to accept God's promises in their own lives, and divisions and quarreling among their parishioners. Ultimately each man rejects temptations and permits the Holy Spirit to work through him. This revised edition includes the final chapter, never before published in English. The new introduction provides historical and theological background to deepen the reader's understanding of the stories.
Book Specifications
Release date: 0000-00-00
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: AUGSBURG BOOKS
Publication date: 2005-01-01
Label: AUGSBURG BOOKS
Pages: 372
Edition: Revised
ASIN: 080665130X
ISBN: 080665130X
Height: 850
Length: 550
Weight: 95
Width: 84
Product Group: Book