The Gospel as Taught by Calvin  -     By: R.C. Reed
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The Gospel as Taught by Calvin

Banner of Truth / 2009 / Paperback

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The Gospel as Taught by Calvin is a rare gem. It was written to help Christians come to a clearer understanding of and appreciation for 'the gospel of the grace of God.' Its author, drawing on the legacy of John Calvin, takes up and answers the following important questions:
  • What are the origins of Calvinism and Arminianism?
  • What effect had Adam's fall upon human nature?
  • Is God's grace in the conversion of a sinner invincible?
  • Who makes the first choice in salvation - Christ or the sinner?
  • Is the atonement limited in its design and scope?
  • Is it true that 'once in grace always in grace?'
  • How does Calvinism square with the love of God?
  • Do the fruits of Calvinism show it to be biblical?

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Banner of Truth
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 1848710305
ISBN-13: 9781848710306
Availability: In Stock

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