Read The Art of Turning: From sin to Christ for a joyfully clear conscience Online Free - The conscience seems somewhat mysterious. We re often not really sure how to listen to it, if we can trust it or what role it should play in our lives. Kevin DeYoung shows us it isn t something to be puzzled over but rather that a conscience is something good, given by God. As you read this book, you'll discover freedom from the low-level guilt and shame we commonly experience. DeYoung explains that when we daily turn to Christ, we experience a clear conscience that comes with knowing that Jesus blood covers all our wrong.
|Title||:||The Art of Turning: From sin to Christ for a joyfully clear conscience|
|Number of Pages||:||42 pages|
August 25, 2017
Man, these short books always leave me wanting more
July 25, 2017
This is a great little book (more of a booklet really) on the conscience. It probably started life as a sermon or conference talk, and can easily be read in a single sitting. I always enjoy Kevin DeYoung's writing, which is engaging and accessible without sacrificing depth and nuance.
He begins by...
July 05, 2017
This new, shorter book/booklet was not really attention grabber for me. I have a deep appreciation for DeYoung and his writings and, with The Art of Turning, I didn't find it the norm for what I usually find in DeYoung's wrings. It wasn't that the content was bad. It just seemed to fall flat. Hav...
November 04, 2017
It isn't a slight to say that one of the best features of The Art of Turning is its brevity. To gain access and insight into a crucial subject so quickly commends this book above a longer treatment.
My wife and I read a chapter a night for 5 days. I dropped 1 star because the title gives the impr...
January 26, 2018
This was a pretty thorough discussion of conscience in the Bible, even though it only took about an hour to read. I was surprised at how much the conscience is mentioned in the New Testament, but I don't recall it being mentioned much in any sermons or other books. One favorite quote: "the fact t...
July 30, 2017
I love everything Kevin DeYoung writes. He has a way to making difficult and confusing ideas clear and practical. This is a VERY short book, only 42 pages and I read it in just under an hour. Kevin tackles the idea of your conscience and how to properly understand it and guard against having a no...
June 29, 2017
Kevin DeYoung gives Christians some great food for thought regarding what it really means to have a clear conscience and what it really means to be forgiven. I like the fact that this book is short and written in language accessible to everyone as well.
I received this book as a free PDF from the...
February 27, 2018
An insightful and encouraging short read. It would've been nice if some things were unpacked more deeply, but it's short enough to pull out and read in a single sitting as a reminder, which is probably the point.
August 22, 2017
Short, easy to understand book about your conscience.
"How wonderful it is when we turn from self and sin, and turn to Christ and Christlikeness, when we can be clean, forgiven, and free.""
**I received this book as a free PDF from the Westminster Bookstore.
August 01, 2017
Short but certainly not lacking in thoughtful and challenging conduct. This book left me wanting more, which may count against it, though one could argue that DeYoung encourages further reflection from his readers without doing all the work for them.