Are certain people predestined to come to Christ? Or are we free to choose?
Are you confused by the tenets of Calvinism and Arminianism? Calvinism says God predestined certain people to faith and salvation and others to unbelief and condemnation. Arminianism, which espouses “free will,” says all have the ability to accept or reject Christ as the Son of God.
In this fascinating, in-depth study of this often-debated topic, author Craig A. Reid presents what the Bible says about the doctrines of predestination, free will, election, foreknowledge, the power of the new covenant, and how all who believe are the chosen and elect of God, as well as the emphasis the Bible places on the word all.
Through this thorough look at relevant scriptures and insightful analysis on all aspects of salvation, readers will have a better understanding of God, his power, and his great love for us.
About the author
Craig Reid was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and met his wife of thirty-four years at the University of Texas at Austin where he received B.S. and M.S. degrees in petroleum engineering. Since then his career has been in the oil and gas business. An avid student of the Bible since 1997 when he read the entire Bible for the first time, he enjoys teaching the Bible, and is also the author of The Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand. He and his wife have four children and live in Denver, Colorado.
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