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Recovery of Original Sin–An Antidote?

This book is a resolute call for the recovery of the doctrine of original sin. As such, it stands more or less in a line with Karl Menninger's Whatever Became of Sin? (1973) and Neal Plantinga's Not the Way It's Supposed To Be: A Breviary of Sin (1995), though curiously neither of these seminal titles is cited in this 2003 publication. And of course, his emphasis on original sin puts him theologically in the good company of Luther, Calvin, Barth,…
John H. Primus
December 16, 2003