|In trying to explain the delicate balance of faith and works/law and
grace, Derek Prince delivers solid information in a relatively dry,
heavy style that reads like a term paper. His writing style would be
improved by'fleshed out' examples, stories, illustrations or parables.
By communicating dryly, the liberating, beautiful concept of grace seems
dimensionless. A much more interesting book on this exact same subject
is the life-changing "Prodigal God" by Tim Keller. Theologically, this
book has much to teach, but without an element of pathos, it doesn't
Thank you to Chosen Books for allowing me to review this book.