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Paul Wells

Emeritus Professor, Faculté Jean Calvin, France, Editor in Chief of Unio cum Christo


Paul Wells is adjunct dean of the Faculté Jean Calvin in Aix-en- Provence France and editor of La Revue réformée. After working in France as a theological educator for many years, he now lives in Sussex and is also a director of the Greenwich school of theology.


Products

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Cross Words

Cross Words

The Biblical Doctrine of the Atonement

~ Paul Wells

The post-modern society is so focussed on the internal life of the individual that it makes the significance of the cross a difficult concept to grasp. Even Christians are trying to find alternative ways of explaining it - some... read more


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Taking the Bible at its Word

Taking the Bible at its Word

~ Paul Wells

God's Word is the same yesterday, today and forever! God's Complete Word still speaks to us today. It tells the story of God coming to us for our salvation. We are given the possibility to know God and what he did for us. We can... read more


Endorsements

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Lives Jesus Changed

Lives Jesus Changed
"John the evangelist was a consummate chronicler and Simon Vibert's book reflects his genius... Vibert shows us how the form is the vehicle that carries the story forward. In fact we feel close to these people and are drawn into their stories."

 

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From the Finger of God

From the Finger of God
"This book is a valuable contribution to discussion about the question of the nature of the unity of biblical law in the context of the diversity of its threefold historical function. It demonstrates how the finality of the person and work of Christ is the crux of the matter and how the atonement has law as its background. A readable presentation of the biblical data relevant to the subject that leaves no stone unturned."

 

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Systematic Theology (Volume 2)

Systematic Theology (Volume 2)
In the forest of recent and not-so recent systematic theologies... this tree stands out.

 

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A Christian's Pocket Guide to Mary

A Christian's Pocket Guide to Mary
Leonardo De Chirico, one of the leading evangelical thinkers on Roman Catholicism, including its post-Vatican II phase, knows all the ins and outs of the history and theology of Catholicism, from years of study and first-hand experience in Padua and Rome. Against the temptation to think Mariology is just a side-show in Catholicism, he shows how it fits hand in glove with the Roman Church's doctrine of grace.