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A series on the five points of Calvinism by Randall Klynsma

The Five Points of Calvinism Pt 1—Total depravity

The Five Points of Calvinism Pt 2—Unconditional Election

The Five Points of Calvinism Pt 3—Limited Atonement

The Five Points of Calvinism Pt 4—Irresistible Grace

The Five Points of Calvinism Pt 5—Perseverance of the Saints

 

Sovereign Grace Defended  by A. H. Strong

The Doctrines of Election and Perseverance  by John Newton

Covenant, Universal Call and Definite Atonement  by Roger Nicole

Objections to Election  by William Sasser

Dave Hunt vs. Charles Haddon Spurgeon--Using Obfuscation to Avoid Admission of Simple and Documented Error by James White

Discourse on the Decree of Election  by Jonathan Dickinson

Freewill

Five Doctrines of Grace  by Stanford E. Murrell

The Sovereign Grace New Testament  Dr. Stanford E. Murrell

The Saving Design of God’s Common Grace  by Bob Gonzales

“Problematic Texts” for Definite Atonement in the Pastoral and General Epistles  by Thomas R. Schreiner

Effectual Calling by William Macleod

Free eBook - The Doctrine of the Atonement as Taught by Jesus Himself  by Rev. George Smeaton, D.D. [Kindle.mobi or Epub formats]

The Five Points  by Stephen Rees

Does the Bible Teach the Doctrine of Original Sin?  by Sam Storms

Divine Election  (MP3) by Dr. James Montgomery Boice

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Martin Luther

If any man doth ascribe aught of salvation, even the very least, to the free-will of man, he knoweth nothing of grace, and he hath not learnt Jesus Christ aright. Martin Luther


Charles Spurgeon

If your religion does not make you holy, it will damn you. It is simply painted pageantry to go to hell in. Charles H. Spurgeon

 


Atonement Debate

Debate between Joseph Pipa Jr. and Dave Hunt on the Atonement of Christ

The Atonement of Christ Debate Pt 1 

The Atonement of Christ Debate Pt 2   

John Calvin

I everywhere teach that no one can be justly condemned and perish except on account of actual sin; and to say that the countless mortals taken from life while yet infants are precipitated from their mother's arms into eternal death is a blasphemy to be universally detested. John Calvin


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