Questions about human origins, gender, authority, environment, work, leisure and so much more are pressing issues in our confused society. David McKay’s book on the doctrine of man is therefore most timely. Highly recommended for such a time as this.
Derek W. H. Thomas, Senior Minister of Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina
In these pocket–sized, packed–full pages, Professor David McKay has given us a wonderfully lucid, mind–renewing exposition of biblical teaching. His splendid book provides both the clarity and the stability we desperately need.
Sinclair B. Ferguson, Chancellor’s Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi
a fine, clear summary of the salient points of biblical anthropology, integrating the doctrine into the broader context of creation, of the covenants and of Christology and salvation. This will help the reader think precisely about the subject.
Carl R. Trueman, Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies, Grove City College, Pennsylvania
… helps us to recover our bearings with a fine summary of Biblical teaching on humanity: created, fallen, redeemed, and ultimately glorified. Here are the foundations of a better understanding of our nature and our purpose, and a reminder of our great salvation in Christ.