The Reformed Community is known for its ability to plumb the depths of theological knowledge. There are many great books by Reformed scholars that testify to this fact. Whether one reads the works of B. B. Warfield, Louis Berkhof, Meredith Kline, or Cornelius Van Til. More often than not, though, many of these authors deal with issues on a very technical level. The practicality of their work is sometimes obscured by the technical nature in which they deal with their subject matter. This, however, is not the case with Terry Johnson’s When Grace Comes Home.