Romans 8:32 says this,”He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously give us all things?” So what are the “all things” that come with the “love of the Father expressed in the sacrifice of the Son”? Derek Thomas answers — and it’s good news.
”Have you noticed the double brackets in the ESV that surround John 7:53–8:11? Those double brackets mean that the ESV’s translation committee does not consider this passage to be original to John’s Gospel.” Because this passage is not original to John’s Gospel, Jim Hamilton argues it should be in a footnote.
I’m always looking for new books to add to my list of books of theology every Christian woman should read, and this one looks like a good candidate.
Update 1: Tim Challies reviewed it today, too.
Update 2: Here’s a study guide for it (pdf) from Westminster Books.