The second book in a triad of expository studies in central topics of Reformed theology. Characterized by careful scriptural analysis and accessible writing, the late Anthony A. Hoekema clearly teaches the theological foundation of soteriology.
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Awesome study of salvation
Date:April 7, 2012
Couldn't put it down once I started reading it. This is my favorite book on soteriology. Kinda tough sledding, but in my opinion, Hoekema makes difficult topics pretty easy to understand, especially compared to other theologians/teachers of his caliber. You will profit from reading this.
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A valuable resource on the Doctrines of Grace
Date:November 1, 2010
This book is a valuable resource for understanding Reformed Soteriology – the doctrines of Sovereign Grace are explained thoroughly – I especially was ministered to on the chapter of Union with Christ – My only contention is with Hoekema’s interpretation of 2 Peter 3:9, Matt. 23:37, 2 Corinth. 5:20 and Ezekiel 3:11 (pgs. 75-79) which he does not appropriate the contexts of each of these passages – believing that we should refuse rationalistic positions and “…not lock God up in the prison of human logic” – Karl Barth is quoted in reference to Justification – what he states is not neo-orthodox in nature but may cause those who understand Barth to read closely – Though there is a variety of positions held in Calvinism in regards to Limited Atonement - Hoekema’s position as what I determined from the book is that the Atonement is ‘efficient only for’ the elect not a ‘sufficient for all' but only effectual for’ the elect position.