Here is a brief and lucid exposition of the key doctrines of the Reformed faith pertaining to salvation. Dr. Boettner explains God's sovereignty, man's total helplessness, Christ's atonement, God's foreknowledge and foreordination, and universalistic passages in Scripture. In so doing he clearly sets forth the contrast between Reformed and Arminian positions.
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Like my brother, A.R., I've come to cherish Loraine Boettner's clarity on subjects pertaining to the Reformed faith. And this little booklet delivers far more content than you would expect in an essay of less than 30 pages. In it Boettner unfolds, to the utter dismay of our Arminian brothers and sisters, the God-glorifying truth of the Reformed faith.
This is an outstanding resource for those who want a brief but accurate introduction to the key biblical teachings we Calvinists hold to, and it's very readable! In fact, at just $2.99 it's an absolutely outstanding give-away for church foyers. And once you're finished with this little gem, you'll want to read Boettner's larger classic on the same subject: The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination.
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Date:October 17, 2007
This is the best introduction to the reformed faith that I know of. It summarizes effectively. It concisely explains the universalistic passages of Scripture. It contains in short table form an accurate comparison of Arminian thought with Calvinistic thought. Buy it!
This booklet delivers more than you would expect. In less than 30 pages Boettner unfolds the God-glorifying truth of the Reformed faith, to the utter dismay of our Armenian brothers. This is an outstanding resource for those who want a brief but accurate introduction to what Calvinists believe, and its very readable! When you finish this small booklet you'll want to read Boettner's larger classic: Reformed Doctrine of Predestination.