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Continuous Atonement and Conversion: 2-in-1 eBook Bundle

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For the first time ever Brad Wilcox’s bestselling books The Continuous Atonement and The Continuous Conversion are now available together as an eBook bundle! Find peace throughout the course of your life by means of Brother Wilcox’s insights on Christ and the Atonement, our daily discipleship, and the continuous process of conversion.


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For the first time ever Brad Wilcox’s bestselling books The Continuous Atonement and The Continuous Conversion are now available together as an eBook bundle! Find peace throughout the course of your life by means of Brother Wilcox’s insights on Christ and the Atonement, our daily discipleship, and the continuous process of conversion.

20 review for Continuous Atonement and Conversion: 2-in-1 eBook Bundle

  1. 4 out of 5

    Clyn

    At first, I felt this book or Stephen Robinson's book, Believing Christ, were plagiarized from one another, or written in consult with one another, as I heard distinct echoes from one book in the other. I almost abandoned the book as merely a republication of the same basic book. However, I did eventually come across some novel concepts that gave me plenty of pause to think and ponder. I always underline passages in books like these to be able to find ideas that really stood out to me. I even to At first, I felt this book or Stephen Robinson's book, Believing Christ, were plagiarized from one another, or written in consult with one another, as I heard distinct echoes from one book in the other. I almost abandoned the book as merely a republication of the same basic book. However, I did eventually come across some novel concepts that gave me plenty of pause to think and ponder. I always underline passages in books like these to be able to find ideas that really stood out to me. I even took the time to write a summary of Believing Christ for my kids, so that they could get the major concepts without having to read the whole book, something I feared I would not be able to talk them into at this time in their lives. I am considering doing the same with this book -- at least the parts that were different from Believing Christ. I think I got more out of Believing Christ, but that is likely because I read that book first and so those concepts that were new to me when I read it, were not new to me with this one. I o feel that both are worthwhile reads.

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    Caleen

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    Alexis Smerdon

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dana

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