Released in the UK May 2020
Released in the US May 2020
Trade paperback | 176 Pages
9781527103023 • £7.99 $12.99
BISAC – REL067100
What does salvation mean? What does our redemption in Christ look like? How does it take hold of us? In her clear and engaging style, Natalie Brand looks at why we need rescuing, how Christ’s death and resurrection accomplishes salvation, and how this work is applied to us by the Holy Spirit.
Natalie Brand is Tutor for Women at Union School of Theology and is the author of ‘The Good Portion: Salvation’, ‘Prone to Wander: Grace for the Lukewarm and Apathetic’ and ‘Complementarian Spirituality: Reformed Women and Union with Christ’.
In this latest volume on Doctrine for Every Woman, Natalie Brand serves up the ‘Good Portion’ concerning Salvation. From election, calling, regeneration (and more) to justification and adoption, we learn how we can meaningfully claim our redeemed identity as daughters of a living and loving God. Highly recommended!
Associate Professor of Theology & Women’s Ministry and Faculty Coordinator of Women’s Ministry Programs, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
This powerful and painstaking work is a joyous read for any believer – it truly made my heart soar at God’s wonderful work and ways. Who knew a book on doctrine could do that? Big, beautiful Bible themes are explained, illustrated and applied with warmth and excitement.
Author and family conference speaker, Guildford, England
The glorious doctrines of grace sparkle through the pages of Natalie Brand’s book on Salvation, revealing the radiance of our magnificent Savior, Jesus Christ. After all, salvation is not only about our rescue from death, darkness, and despair, but union and communion with the One in whom all our desires and longings are overwhelmingly filled.
Author of ‘Housewife Theologian’, ‘Theological Fitness’, and ‘No Little Women’
Excellent stuff… Bursting with comfort and joy, here is good news for all who feel that life has sapped their spiritual energy. Natalie Brand writes with freshness and vim, acting as a friendly guide to the alpine wonders of our salvation.
President and Professor of Theology, Union School of Theology, Oxford, England