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Slave The Hidden Truth About Your Identity in Christ

By John MacArthur
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.13 Stars

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On 1/29 Julie wrote: My rating: 4 out of 5 stars  Slave, by John MacArthur, is well-written blend of history and theology, combining a description of slavery in both Roman times and in colonial America with a fluid comparison to our lives as we move from slaves to sin, to chosen slaves of Christ, to adopted sons and ... Slave: The Hidden Truth About Your Identity in Christ

Julie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/4 Matthew Williams wrote: So this is a book a received from book sneeze. They give it to me for free and i read and post a review. It is a pretty sweet deal. So the book as you might guess is about slavery. Inquiring minds might wonder what kind. Well he gives you a great amount of details on roman slavery, which is what was ... Slave

Matthew's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/28 Lukas Targosz wrote: Slave by John MacArthur is well researched book on the importance of slave-master relationship when slave is the description used by the followers of Christ more than any other. Modern Bibles often times translate the word rather as a servant, but this is misleading of the actual meaning since slave ... Good book with weak moments

Lukas' Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/5 @brandedwithlove wrote: In this book, John MacArthur claims that modern day Christianity has been hijacked, and it was done centuries ago leading up to what we see today. It all needs to change and the way that changes is through one word. That word is “slave.” To become a slave will mean we all settle in to the truest ... Slave, By John MacArthur

@brandedwithlove's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/13 Derek Thornton wrote: This book was about the implications of the greek word "doulos" and what it means for Christians. Basically "doulos", often translated servant or bond-servant, actually means slave. John MacArthur goes into the meaning of the word and how that translated into the actual life of slaves in the time of ... Doulos

Derek Thornton's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/21 Allison wrote: I read a book entitled Slave, by John Macarthur, and was surprised by the outcome. When I first decided to read the book, I was intrigued by the story line. Although the title isn’t very appealing due to the background of the word “slave".... Slave

Allison's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/7 Keith Harris wrote: I have finished reading John MacArthur's book Slave some time ago but neglected to review it, so here we go. The subject of this book is one that is near and dear to my heart. It's subject is that of being saved; however, it is a bit different, perspectively, than usual in that subject matter. MacArthur ... Bought With a Price

Keith's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/30 The Mick wrote: Not too many authors would be daring enough to tackle the topic of being a slave for Christ like John MacArthur.  Thanks to some terrible events that have happened in our country's past, we tend to have a very negative new of slavery.  It does not have to be that way.Growing up, the idea of ... Book Review: Slave by John MacArthur

The Mick's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/8 Tracy Wainwright wrote: I had high expectations for Slave. I've listened to John MacArthur on Grace to You and been inpressed with his Biblical foundation. However, I did not find a lot of grace in the book Slave. There are a lot of important Biblical truths found in this book, but there's not a lot of balance. The history ... Disappointed by Slave

Tracy's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/27 Netmarie4him wrote: This doesn't relate to Signet - it's a book I've read on my own by John MacArthur.  The subtitle is "The hidden truth about your identity in Christ".  You can probably see why I was drawn to it.  Interesting title.The ideas presented in this book are definitely different from what I've ... Review of "Slave"

Netmarie4him's Rating:

4 Stars