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Who Am I?: What the Bible Teaches about Christian Identity (Johnson)

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Evangelical Press
'Christian Identity' can sound like a strange concept, but Terry Johnson rightly points to the importance of defining Christian faith by what the Bible teaches. Building on the Scripture teaching of the creation of the human race and the effects of the Fall, he shows that we need a proper theologically balanced understanding of the elements of salvation, and a clear understanding of how the biblical pictures of the Christian need to be held together. How can the Christian be both saint and sinner, and an adopted son, a servant and a sheep all at the same time? How do these images work together to enable us to serve and obey God fully?



Terry Johnson was born and raised in Los Angeles. He studied history at the University of Southern California, and also studied at Trinity College, Bristol, England, and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, before earning his D.Min in 2008 from Erskine Theological Seminary. He is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America and has served as the senior minister of the Independent Presbyterian Church of Savannah since 1987. Terry is the author of several books, including Worshipping with Calvin and Serving with Calvin. He and his wife, Emily, have five children and four grandchildren.