Does God choose people because they believe in Christ or in order that they will do so? Correcting misrepresentations of divine election, Storms examines this often controversial doctrine as it's presented in Romans 9 and the rest of the New Testament; and also explores freedom of will and the order of salvation. 224 pages, softcover from Crossway Books.
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Review 1 for Chosen for Life: The Case for Divine Election
Date:August 26, 2009
I'm currently reading this work. It's most comprehensive in it's argument for Divine Election with elcellent Biblical references. The two I just bought are for gifts. I highly recommend it.
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Review 2 for Chosen for Life: The Case for Divine Election
Date:July 20, 2007
This is an excellent book! A "must-read" for all true Christian believers in the Lord Jesus Christ!Maybe later on they will have a larger print edition for those of us who are older...nevertheless, I think it is an excellent work, and well writtenfor all to understand!