The Doctrine of Eternal Election and Reprobation Promiscuously Handled,
In Eleven Chapters.
by John Bunyan
This work is a book (11 Chapters) by Calvinist-Reformed John Bunyan. The truth about Calvinism is that they do not believe God gives every person the same opportunity to repent and be saved, but that some are elected to heaven (they cannot resist this), and the logic counterpart is that then the rest are elected to hell without opportunity to ever be saved. This is called Reprobation. While most smart Calvinists do not publicize this doctrine of Calvinism much, they do believe in it. This is Bunyan’s presentation of reprobation.
Evaluation by David Cox
Bunyan is an Anglican and Calvinist-Reformed, so those warnings would apply to this work. This is a book which has the heart of Calvinism at its core, and it is very strongly argued that God determines unilaterally some people going to hell without anything they could ever do to change that. I personally do not hold to this position, and I do not think most good Christian people would (the majority of Calvinists even have problem with this conclusion). The many appeals by God to look, repent, believe, and be saved would be hollow and sadistic if this doctrine was true.
I would not recommend this work for most people, only those studying the errors of Calvinism.
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