Gospel Mystery of Santification

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scotthill

Puritan Board Freshman
I’m looking to get “Gospel Mystery of Sanctification” by Walter Marshall. I’d like to get a hardback version.
Do you guys know of anywhere that sells hard back versions to this book?
Thanks in advance!
 

Stephen L Smith

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If it is the blue hardcover, I would avoid that one. It is a very poor edition of such an important work.
I like the Reformation Heritage Books edition. It is paperback but I thought the introduction by Joel Beeke was very helpful and he gives nice summaries of each Direction (the book is divided into 14 Directions plus a sermon on justification).

I agree with Robert, it is a very important work, make sure you get a good edition.
 

RPEphesian

Puritan Board Junior
I like the Reformation Heritage Books edition. It is paperback but I thought the introduction by Joel Beeke was very helpful and he gives nice summaries of each Direction (the book is divided into 14 Directions plus a sermon on justification).

I agree with Robert, it is a very important work, make sure you get a good edition.

This is a book I am sure I will read once or twice over again before my life is done. It's excellent!
 

JimmyH

Puritan Board Senior
Thank you for the response. I think I’m going to go with this one.
RHB did a hardcover with Joel Beeke's intro. My copy is circa 1999. Go to Bookfinder and see what's available in a hardcover. They cover all of the used book venues. Make sure you confirm from the seller that there is no underlining or highlighting in the book before you buy it if that sort of thing bothers you.
 

scotthill

Puritan Board Freshman
RHB did a hardcover with Joel Beeke's intro. My copy is circa 1999. Go to Bookfinder and see what's available in a hardcover. They cover all of the used book venues. Make sure you confirm from the seller that there is no underlining or highlighting in the book before you buy it if that sort of thing bothers you.
Thank you!
 
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