The simple truth is that we were created for one purpose: God’s glory. In a time when so many are seeking a reason to live, this booklet offers a concise understanding of God’s desire to restore his nature to us, renewing our souls, so that we may reflect his glory in our words, our actions, and our very being. Helps Christians to understand what it means to glorify God, and how that affects our everyday lives. Presented in an easy-to-understand booklet format. Part of the Basics of the Reformed Faith series, which introduces lay readers to Reformed distinctives.
About the Author
John D. Hannah (BS, Philadelphia College of Bible; ThM, ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary; MA, Southern Methodist University; PhD, University of Texas at Dallas) is research professor of theological studies and Distinguished Professor of Historical Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary.
"Those who teach and lead will love these booklets because they are a perfect resource to share with inquirers and to use in discipleship. Church members will love them because they supply meaty and understandable instruction in important aspects of Christian doctrine, duty, and devotion." — Ligon Duncan