The Hungry Inherit, The Gospel Under Siege, and Grace in Eclipse set multitudes free. These books were a match that lit a blaze that still burns brightly years after the author has gone to be with the Lord.
As a result of this trilogy, Zane Hodges was labeled by some as “the father of voodoo exegesis,” and the champion of “easy believism,” of “cheap grace,” and of “the Overcomer aberration.” But many others gained certainty of their eternal destiny and powerful motivation to serve the Lord Jesus Christ through reading these books. They found nothing cheap in the blood of Christ and nothing particularly easy in believing something that even in Christianity is widely ridiculed as obviously wrong. They found Zane’s teaching on the call for believers to be overcomers as anything but aberrant teaching.
The Bible has come alive for many over the past four decades through the reading of these books.
Now for the first time these books are combined under one cover. A Free Grace Primer promises to capture the attention of a whole new generation. This work answers the questions: How can I be sure I have everlasting life that can never be lost? What is the relationship between faith and works? How should I evangelize and disciple people? What can I do to gain the Lord’s approval?
A Free Grace Primer makes the Biblical messages of life and of life more abundantly clear and easy to distinguish. These are messages that are much needed given the legalism that pervades Evangelicalism today.
Zane C. Hodges (1932-2008) graduated from Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary. He was a New Testament professor at Dallas Theological Seminary for 27 years and a teaching pastor at Victor Street Bible Chapel for over 45 years. He ministered to many individuals from all walks of life, helping many to come to faith in Christ for eternal life and to run the race of the Christian life with endurance.