By Cynthia W. on 01 June 2020 :
By Deborah K. on 26 May 2020 :
By Jeanne K. on 26 May 2020 :
By Kie M. on 23 May 2020 :
By Dave Hunt
12 Item in stock items in stock
Warning: Last items in stock!
|Publisher||The Berean Call|
From The Berean Call website: This fourth edition has a couple of noteworthy differences and advantages from the third hardcover edition. First of all, this important resource is now able to be distributed to Christian inmates (hardcover books are not permitted in prison). Second, in order to make the book more portable and affordable, chapters 30 and 31 (which presented the fictional but true-to-life account of "Al" and "Jan") have been extracted. The material from these two chapters is contained in a separate book: A Calvinist's Honest Doubts. Lastly, documentation and formatting have been fine-tuned to improve accuracy and readability. We trust that even more readers will be blessed by the availability and increased "share-ability" of this important work.
Discussions with many people around the world reveal that multitudes of sincere, Bible-believing Christians are "Calvinists" only by defalt. It takes only a few simple questions to discover the fact that most of those who regard themselves as Calvinists are largely unaware of what John Calvin and his early followers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries actually believed and pracitice. Nor do they fully understand what most of today's leading Calvinists believe. What Love Is This? exposes the true beliefs of Calvinism and addresses all the issues surrounding this doctrine.
What Love is This? Calvinism's Misrepresentation of God
I already had this book in Kindle format. It told me so much about Calvinism. I'm continuing to research.
I purchased the book for my preacher brother, to show him, hopefully, the details and false teaching of Calvinism.
Accepting as church doctrine what a 26 year old man says
Calvin was raised Catholic and extremely followed Catholic Priest Augustine's writings not long before before he wrote his "Institutes." When he wrote Institutes, he also believed in infant baptism and trusted his own baptism for his salvation. A lawyer, he quickly rose to power and was a cruel punisher of those who did not agree with him, stating they deserved burning. He was not Christ-like. He came into fame about the time people heard Luther's message of salvation by faith, when there was religious upheaval, and if the devil knows anything, he knows how to time his intrusion into sound doctrine.. Although Calvin did have a few correct points, his doctrine is mostly not scriptural, and somehow people now seem to feel they have to choose between Calvinism and Armenienism when they do not. That's like having to choose between eating only oranges or only lettuce. No choice necessary! Dave Hunt is an author of sound doctrine. Read this excellent, very important book for clarification on this issue. Deb, please correct any errors I may have made in composing this review.
What Love is This?
This book is another excellent writing by one of my favorite authors, the late Dave Hunt. Mr Hunt's meticulous research and extensive documentation are invaluable to anyone who needs help in refuting Calvinism, or for anyone who has had their own doubts between Biblical Christianity and the false teaching of Calvinism.
$5.23 -65% $14.95
$9.72 -35% $14.95
$7.77 -40% $12.95
105 pages | Soft Bound | 6" X 9" A Story of...
BY: Cedric H. Fisher Click here to read the...
Blank Inside with envelope
DVD | 335 minutes This DVD can also be found...
By Patrick Crough
DVD Lecture by Mike Oppenheimer
By Harry Ironside To read the entire content...
Softbound | Illustrated The Impact of Darwinism...
DVD | 240 minutes Feature Documentary Film...