Focusing on biblical, theological, and historical issues, this point-counterpoint discussion examines common beliefs concerning the divisive topic of spiritual election---and evaluates the faithfulness of each to Scripture. Jack Cottrell presents the Arminian position; Bruce Ware, the Reformed; Robert Reymond, the supralapsarian; Thomas Talbot, the inclusive; and Clark Pinnock, the "open" approach. 352 pages, softcover from B&H.
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Date:March 20, 2009
Wihout a doubt, this book the mostthorough presentation and clear debate of all angles on the Doctrine of Election along with the corollary doctrines of Foreknowledge andPredestination. Each author is given lotsof paper space and ink to present his viewof Election and then the other 4 authorsimmediately critique that viewpoint. It seems that nothing has been left out ofthis book concerning the doctrine of Electionand its corollaries. Yes, this book is thorough and will take time to read sincea lot of words are packed into each page,but the rewards of seeing the wholepicture relating to Election will surelybe worth it. Buy this book only if you reallywant to see and know the whole panorama of Divine Election!