OUR  BOOKS  ON  CALVINISM

 

Along Calvin's Road  (vol. 1 – 3)
Written by Timothy Zebell; Edited by Eugene Harmon

 

 

Is God the author of sin? At first glance, the answer appears to be simple and straight forward. Nevertheless, it may be surprising what Calvinism’s answer to this question truly is. This book may even surprise the Calvinist.

Using a plethora of footnotes, Is God the Author of Sin? delves into the mind and writings of some of Calvinism’s most influential theologians. Calvinists often say, “Let Calvin speak for himself.” This book does just that in providing the Calvinists the opportunity to answer this question in their own words. It is a treasure trove of Calvinist quotations and will prove to be a useful resource in anyone’s library.

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Did Christ Die for Everyone? (vol. 2)

The cross of Christ stands as an eternal monument of Christ’s love for mankind … or does it? Debate rages over the question of for whom Christ died. Did Christ die for all of mankind or only for a specific number of chosen individuals? At the heart of this question is the very gospel message itself.

Calvinism has obscured seemingly straight-forward passages of Scripture such as John 3:16 and 1 John 2:2. In limiting Christ’s atonement to a select few, Calvinism has also limited God’s love and His desire for men to be saved. Did Christ Die for Everyone? considers the implications of this doctrine and examines it against clear Scripture.

Written for the average Christian pursuing the truth of God’s Word, this book addresses numerous passages of Scripture to learn what the Bible truly teaches. Every Christian would do well to consider the arguments in this book.

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Does Man Have Freedom to Choose? (vol. 3)

Freedom is one of mankind’s most cherished attributes, but is freedom of the will merely a illusion? Did man once possess a genuinely free will only to forfeit it when Adam and Eve fell into sin? Is man incapable of doing good or of choosing God? Does God foreordain some to eternal life and others to eternal punishment? If someone rejects Calvinism, must he embrace Arminianism? Does Arminianism teach a works-based salvation? These and many other questions are addressed in Does Man Have Freedom to Choose?

The relationship between man’s will and God’s sovereignty is perhaps one of philosophy and Christendom’s greatest questions. Nevertheless, this book is written for the average Christian who wishes to quickly and simply consider the issue. Filled with Scripture and a plethora of quotations from notable Calvinists, Does Man Have Freedom to Choose? will prove to be a useful resource in anyone’s library.

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