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Posted February 6, 2002
The author is very active on the front lines of defending the good news of the gospel from the negativity, obscurity, and morbidity of the Calvinist tradition and its influence on Evangelicalism. This book serves as a discussion by many non-Calvinist scholars on many issues: Does God love everyone? did Christ die for everyone? can God know everything and give free will to man? how viable is the Calvinist concept of responsibility anyway? The book provides a great discussion of relevant Bible passages. Not every argument may always seem perfectly valid, but most are quite persuasive, and the Calvinist arguments, by comparison, are manifestly weak. This book is highly recommended for all Christians.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.