The book of Jude is small enough to be easily passed over, but here Danny Hyde shows that to do so would be a mistake: those who are content in knowing the Triune God of grace are called to contend in the name of the Triune God for that grace. Those who have been blessed with every spiritual blessing (Eph 1:3-14) are to fight against every spiritual force of evil (Eph 6:10-20).
"Content Yet Contending rightly spotlights the small and often overlooked Epistle of Jude, which has momentous relevance to the church in our doctrinally confused and indifferent times. Danny Hyde's exposition is a fitting combination of the pastoral and polemical..."?
- Dr. Dennis E. Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California
"With clarity and boldness, Hyde helps us to see the ongoing relevance of Jude's message for the contemporary church - exhorting us to remain faithful to the teaching of Scripture; calling us to godly living, and warning us against false teachers in the church."?
- Dr. Guy Waters, James M. Baird Jr. Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary