by Ronald Hanko & Ronald Cammenga
A Study of the Five Points of Calvinism
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Beginning with a treatment of the sovereignty of God and then
an examination of each petal of the TULIP in turn, Rev.
Hanko and Prof. Cammenga make a consistent and thorough
exposition of the doctrines of grace known as
Calvinism. Each point is boldly defended and objections to
the doctrine are faced and refuted. "Difficult passages"
which are often appealed to by Arminians are examined and
The book is written with the "ordinary" Christian in mind. With
a view to convincing the unconvinced, the book is saturated with proof
texts (Authors' Preface to the First Edition). "It does not suffer
from the confusion, contradiction and compromise that characterize many
similar efforts: God elected some but wills to save all; the natural man
is totally depraved but performs many good works; Christ died for the
elect but 'is dead' for everyone who hears the gospel; the actual saving
of sinners is by irresistible grace but must take place by a 'well-meant
offer' made alike to all" (Prof. Engelsma's Foreword).
Buy it and learn the glories of God's sovereign grace, or if you want to
introduce a friend to Calvinism, buy him this book.
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