Pink wrote, “But let it be pointed out at the onset that, any reader who has never seen himself under the white light of God’s holiness, and who has never felt His Word cutting him to the very quick, will be unable to fully enter into the force of what we are about to write. Yea, in all probability, he who is unregenerate is likely to take decided exception unto much of what will be said, denying that any such difficulty exists in the matter of a merciful God pardoning one of His offending creatures. ”
Pink wrote, “There was a time, not so long ago, when the blessed truth of Justification was one of the best known doctrines of the Christian faith, when it was regularly expounded by the preachers, and when the rank and file of church-goers were familiar with its leading aspects. But now, alas, a generation has arisen which is well-nigh totally ignorant of this precious theme.” In 32 years of narrating, attention has been given numerous times to the new birth, the doctrine of regeneration and also sanctification. Because of recent studies on the heresies of the Federal Vision Theology and The New Perspective on Paul, I wanted to finally narrate some chapters on justification by faith.