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Chosen or Not?: A Layman's Study of…

Chosen or Not?: A Layman's Study of Biblical Election and Assurance

by Doug Sayers

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Should we tell children that Jesus might have died for their sins or that He did die for their sins? Is the biblical salvation all of grace or all of irresistible grace? Such questions over the biblical doctrines of salvation have intrigued and confounded the minds of Christians for centuries. Engaging and methodical, Chosen or Not? exposes the most practical implications of this debate from a layman's perspective, making it accessible for the average Christian. Doug Sayers explains the most essential terms and aspects of the debate, including predestination, reprobation, original sin, propitiation, saving faith, and assurance. Sayers shows how the Calvinistic doctrines of unconditional election and irresistible grace confuse and undermine the simple gospel of repentance and faith in Christ. He clearly exposes the fingerprints of religious man on the Reformed doctrine of reprobation, and affirms that God truly desires the salvation of every single person. "This book is a great help to any believer in Christ that is seeking to rightly divide the Word of God. It has been a very helpful reference when questions over election have come up in my life" - J. Beller

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