Last year Multnomah released a revised edition of Future Grace. In the Preface, Piper writes:
Since publishing the first edition of Future Grace in 1995, I have walked through extended controversies surrounding the nature, ground, and instrument of justification. These controversies have sharpened my own grasp of what the Bible teaches. Some of that sharpening is captured in Counted Righteous in Christ: Should We Abandon the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness (Crossway, 2002), The Future of Justification: A Response to N.T. Wright (Crossway, 2007), and Finally Alive: What Happens When We are Born Again (Christian Focus, 2009). Some people have felt tensions between the first edition of Future Grace and the message of those books. I hope that this revised edition will remove those tensions.
That alone is worth the price of the book, in my view. And here’s a short video introduction by John Piper:
Given that we’re coming up on the season when high school seniors select a college, if you’re willing to purchase 5 or more copies of Thriving at College to give away (using the group or case order option on the right side bar), send me a note after placing your order, and I’ll send you a free copy of Future Grace.