Five Points of Calvinism, Bonar, Calvin, Fuller, Gill, Green, paperback

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Thirty years ago this book in its present format was published, and it received such a warm reception that it has since been reprinted more than once. This should not be surprising since there are articles by six famous authors never before brought together in one book.

Jay P. Green, Sr. (1918 -) is the  founder of Sovereign Grace Publishers. His 50-page article, Calvinism, is from The Encyclopedia of Christianity, Volume II, 1968.

Horatius Bonar (1809-1899) was a popular Presbyterian minister, author in the nineteenth century. He has authored numerous books. His article is an overview of the Five Points of Calvinism written in the form of letters to a young man.

Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) was a Baptist preacher who not only served his local church, but also pioneered foreign missions (he raised funds for William Carey to go to India as a missionary). This article on Depravity is from his Works. It also is written in the form of letters.

John Calvin (1509-1564), of course, is the famed Swiss theologian whose name spawned the term Calvinism. His article on Unconditional Election is from a sermon on Ephesians 1:3, 4. Despite some who seek to turn readers away from Calvin, he is one of the easiest to read, and free of any form of wresting the Scriptures of any.

 John Gill (1697-1771) is the noted Baptist preacher, linguist, and theologian            His article on Unlimited Atonement is from his masterwork on theology, A Body of Divinity. Gill is known for his brevity because he links Scripture after Scripture with only a few remarks of his own to explain their connection with the subject.

Thomas Goodwin (1600-1679) is the famous Puritan expositor whose ability to expound a single verse so as to include proof of the subject in hand. This article on Irresistible Grace is an exposition of Ephesians 1:19, in which he shows that the power that regenerates the believer is the same power that was exercised to raise Christ from the dead. God’s power joined to His will is both efficient and sufficient to accomplish anything He pleases. And He pleases to convert whom He will, even those who are most resistant to that will.

Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) is the most famed and revered of all the American theologians. This article on The Perseverance of the Saints (also known as The Preservation of the Saints) is from a sermon he preached. It is so closely reasoned that one might wonder that he can cover this subject in such a short specter.   156 pages, paperback


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