This little volume seeks to defend the Reformed Doctrine of Election by answering two common objections. First, Boardman tackles the notion that Election is somehow derogatory to God. Second, he refutes an anthropological objection that states the doctrine is somehow discouraging to people who are seeking Christ. Concise and insightful this book is sure to be a helpful tool for those pondering the difficult Doctrine of Election.
In the day and age we are living in, the subject of election in many church circles stirs up much controversy. Indeed, many loathe it, or it is explained in a way that puts human will into the mix. There are a many objections that could be raised about this doctrine. This book addresses the most common, and does so in a way that is both gracious, yet powerful. This work, originally published in 1849, is just as relevant today as the objections that were raised back then, and are still being raised in a host of Evangelical churches today. Two Discourses is a tonic for our agean age where the free will of men and women is exalted above the absolute sovereignty of God. Drink deeply from the truth of this little book.
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