By: Mark Baker
It is not often that you hear about a book entirely devoted to the theology of sin. If you were to think about the content of such a book, you would probably imagine a book that would produce depression, legalism, liberalism or some kind of a mixture of all three. Cornelius Plantinga, Jr., however, treated the topic so well that it does not produce these results at all. Rather, his book is sobering, yet witty; convicting and inspiring. By the end of this brief theology (or “breviary”) you will be humbled and convicted because of your own sinful condition, yet inspired to cling to the gospel because of the hope we have in Christ. For theologian and lay-person alike: take, and read!