I Call it Heresy is a vibrant study of the Lordship controversy
long before it became a major player on the theological stage. A.W. Tozer tackles
the heresy of accepting Jesus Christ as Savior with the belief that a person can
postpone their accepting Jesus Christ as lord over their lives. A notable heresy
has come into being throughout our evangelical Christian circles the widely accepted
concept that we humans can choose to accept Christ only because we need Him as Savior
and we have the right to postpone our obedience to Him as Lord as long as we want
In I Call It Heresy, A.W. Tozer uses First Peter as his base to launch out into such themes as holiness, humility, the qualities of our divine inheritance and nine other timely topics. Originally from Tozer Pulpit volume 5 this collection of sermons and other topics taken from First Peter we find a slew of very interesting and timely issues brought to the forefront of his sermons. This is not a doom and gloom book but highlights the appeal of being of Christ's followers and being under His Lordship. How satisfying it is to be under His authority.