You are not about to read the views of one author alone. In this powerful book Samuel Fisk quotes over 100 scholars. He presents, in one volume, a vast array of balanced and scholarly views to help you unravel the vexed questions of election and predestination. It is often assumed that one must be either a Calvinist or an Arminian. This is not so. There is a balanced, scriptural line of truth regarding election that will preserve the Bible student from dangerous by-path meadows into which far too many have strayed over the years. As you read the wise and careful comments of such scholars as W.E. Vine, Sir. Robert Anderson, C.H. Spurgeon, F.B. Meyer, Handley Moule, Harry Ironside, R.A. Torrey, G. Campbell Morgan, Wilber M. Smith, J.C. Ryle, A.T. Robinson, Christopher Wordsworth and J. Sidlow Baxter, you will begin to see your way through this particularly tricky theological minefield.
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How refreshing to read such a book! Any one of the seven chapters in the first part would be well worth the entire volume’s price.
—Faith for the Family
We highly recommend a wide circulation of this book
It is an outstanding work. It might not at all be out of line to call this one of the most needed volumes to come from the evangelical press in our generation. This is the work of a careful, dedicated scholar who writes with a passionate love for truth.
—The Biblical Evangelist
Samuel Fisk (BA, MA) is the author of more than 10 books, a recognized scholar, experienced university lecturer, frequent magazine contributor and one of the most widely read authorities on the subjects of election and predestination. Now in retirement, he lives with his wife Hilda in California, devoting his time to research and writing.