When a book stays in print for more than fifty years and is still in demand, it begins to fall into the category of a "classic." For "Whosoever Will"--first published in 1945--this is due to its timeless message, its presentation of doctrinal truths in a simple form, and the author's almost musical flow of words. Examining the phrase Whosoever will may come, from a popular hymn chorus of his day, Hoeksema, shows the error of its usual Armenian interpretation, but he also shows the truth of the phrase according to God's sovereignty as taught in Scripture. Rev. Hoeksema looks at the truth of divine election by answering questions about the sinner who comes to Christ: to whom he comes, why he comes, and how he comes. In the closing chapters, the author examines the importance in salvation of public preaching, what man's "responsibility" really is, and how the Christian will desire, throughout his life, to come ever nearer to his Savior.