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The Reformed Doctrine Of Predestination
by Loraine Boettner D.D.
In this mamoth (29 chapters) work by Boettner (Reformed, Presbyterian), he examines the doctrine of Predestination. He looks at the plan of God, the Sovereignty, Providence, and foreknowledge of God. He examines this doctrine in relation to Calvinism. He also answers objections to the doctrine.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Statement of the Doctrine
Chapter 3 God Has a Plan
Chapter 4 The Sovereignty of God
Chapter 5 The Providence of God
Chapter 6 The Foreknowledge of God
Chapter 7 Outline of Systems
Chapter 8 The Scriptures are the Final Authority By Which Systems are to be Judged
Chapter 9 A Warning Against Undue Speculation
Chapter 10 The Five Points of Calvinism & Total Inability
Chapter 11 Unconditional Election
Chapter 12 Limited Atonement
Chapter 13 Efficacious Grace
Chapter 14 The Perseverance of the Saints
Chapter 15 That it is Fatalism
Chapter 16 That it is Inconsistent with the Free Agency and Moral Responsibility of Man
Chapter 17 That it Makes God the Author of Sin
Chapter 18 That is Discourages All Motives to Exertion
Chapter 19 That it Represents God as a Respecter of Persons or as Unjustly Partial
Chapter 20 That it is Unfavorable to Good Morality
Chapter 21 That it Precludes a Sincere Offer of the Gospel to the Non-Elect
Chapter 22 That it Contradicts the Universalistic Scripture Passages
Chapter 23 Salvation By Grace
Chapter 24 Personal Assurance that One is Among the Elect
Chapter 25 Predestination in the Physical World
Chapter 26 A Comparison with the Mohammedan Doctrine of Predestination
Chapter 27 The Practical Importance of the Doctrine
Chapter 28 Calvinism in History
Chart: Calvinism vs. Arminianism
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Description: In this mamoth (29 chapters) work by Boettner (Reformed, Presbyterian), he examines the doctrine of Predestination. He looks at the plan of God, the Sovereignty, Providence, and foreknowledge of God. He examines this doctrine in relation to Calvinism. He also answers objections to the doctrine.