Leslie Hardinge


A study of the plan of salvation and relationships in Galatians and James.

Commentary on the perceptions of two different biblical writers: Considering faith in Galatians and works in James. You will discover the themes of salvation from these two perspectives to build a deeper biblical understanding of the relationship of faith and works.

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ABOUT-- Leslie Hardinge

Dr. Leslie Hardinge, M.A., M. Div., M.Th., Ph.D. was a lifelong pastor, teacher, and student of the scriptures. His first public sermon in 1933 dealt with the plan of salvation depicted in the Hebrew Sanctuary, and he investigated this and other vast and thrilling topics throughout his lifetime. Called to the Bible Department of Union College in 1947, he commenced his teaching ministry which was to span three and a half decades and three continents until his retirement after 50 years of service. Dr. Hardinge has authored more than a dozen books and lectured extensively on biblical topics in different parts of the world. He was active in writing and presenting seminars and lectures on Biblical topics. He joined the American Cassette Ministries (now American Christian Ministries) speaking staff in 1989 and passed to his rest in March of 2002.


1. Salvation is of the Lord
2. Faith and Salvation
3. Back Down to Two Letters
4. Galatian Freedom in the Gospel
5. Confrontation
6. Apostasy in Galatia
7. Needy Readers of James
8. Justification in Galatians and James
9. No Justification by Law
10. Purpose of the Law
11. Led by the Spirit
12. The Joy of Being Spirit Led
13. Christian Fruit Bearing


DATE ADDED: February 15, 2014 TOPICS: Grace/Law, Legacy Collection SKU: LH-47L
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