“Closely Reasoned Arguments”

The author’s closely reasoned arguments reinforce the principle that all that is true about the Creator’s person, decrees, desires, delights, and works are to be appreciated and celebrated by His people.  That includes the reality of hell which, perhaps surprisingly to some, is an expression of His goodness and love, as well as of His perfect justice, and a means of saving sinners. Dirks’ exposition of Scripture and his interaction with other authors goes a long way to help the reader overcome the natural embarrassment and discomfort (at best) or the rejection and denial (at worst) that often accompany this biblical doctrine that reveals a God who is worthy to be praised, and whose Son is worthy to be proclaimed to all the world as the only Savior of men and women!  Highly recommended.