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The Grand Substitution

Why and How God Substituted Believers’ Sin with His Righteousness

by Dr. Glenn R. Tingling BBA MDiv ThD


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/12/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 266
ISBN : 9781664245143
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 266
ISBN : 9781664245150
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 266
ISBN : 9781664245136

About the Book


Firmly grounded in scripture, The Grand Substitution, by author Dr. Glenn R. Tingling, provides an explanation of Second Corinthians 5:21. God made his son to be the sacrificial offering for sin so he could justly pardon and remove humanity’s sin, and in its place impute his righteousness to them. Consequently, believers in Christ stand in Christ’s righteousness: the requirement for eternal life and heaven.

The Grand Substitution, a follow-up book to The Imputation Triangle:

delivers detailed descriptions and definitions in answering the questions: What is sin? What is the sin nature? How does it behave? How to control it? And, who is a sinner?
explains the three types of righteousness: human/practical righteousness, self-righteousness, and imputed righteousness;
addresses characteristics and roles of the three agents involved in the substitution transaction: sinful humanity, Christ the mediator, and an offended holy God; and
provides, from scripture, a road map to obtaining assurance of salvation for believers in Christ.

Tingling blends a wealth of experience of more than sixty years as a practicing and serving Christian, with a strong background in business and academic and theological education, to offer an insightful, challenging, inspiring, and practical discussion

for those who seek a
deeper understanding of salvation.


About the Author

Dr. Glenn R. Tingling, BBA, MDiv, ThD, is a retired certified public accountant and ordained minister who has served many churches of different denominations in various part-time capacities. He is a graduate of Baruch College of the City University of New York, Luther Rice Seminary, and United Theological Seminary. Tingling gained a wealth of experience in preaching and teaching the holy scripture in many churches during the last sixty-one years. This is his second book.