26 July, 2013
Many have wondered if the so-called “doctrines of grace” in Reformed circles (also called “the five points of Calvinism”) accurately describe what the Bible teaches. Others wonder if believing in these doctrines will inhibit evangelism. And still others wonder how anyone could not hold these doctrines once they’ve studied the Bible.
Whatever your theological persuasion, I recommend giving this free Kindle eBook a try. It’s sure to get you thinking about God’s sovereignty, human responsibility, and the Gospel from a biblical perspective. And this is good! Here’s a little blurb about the book:
In What’s So Great About the Doctrines of Grace?, the Rev. Richard D. Rick Phillips shows that the doctrines of grace, those theological tenets more popularly known as the five points of Calvinism, are comforting, faith-strengthening, and humbling teachings. In six short chapters, Rev. Phillips demonstrates conclusively from Scripture that this view of salvation exalts God and makes plain His great love for man, which drove Him to do all that was necessary to redeem a people for Himself…. Rev. Phillips deals with the five doctrines of grace one by one-total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance of the saints providing thorough explanations, answering objections, and showing how the doctrines advance Christian living. What’s So Great About the Doctrines of Grace? is a compact, highly readable treasure chest of scriptural wisdom.
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