and Election in the Reformed Tradition
by David J. Engelsma
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Covenant and election are two of the most
prominent and most important truths in Scripture. They run through the
Bible like two grand, harmonious themes in symphony. These two doctrines
and their relation are the twofold subject of this book.
In Covenant and Election, Prof.
Engelsma traces these themes in the confessional documents of the
Reformed churches and from John Calvin in the sixteenth-century through
the fathers of the Secession churches in the nineteenth-century
Netherlands to the twentieth-century theologians Herman Bavinck and
Herman Hoeksema. With his usual penetrating scriptural analysis,
Engelsma also exposes the contemporary and spreading heresy of the
"As I read Covenant and Election, I was stirred
up in my soul to renewed vigour and opposition to the lie.
You did a wonderful job elucidating the issue. I especially
appreciated the chapters dealing with Christ as first in
God's decree and the organic principle." - Washington,