Adam Murrell examines common arguments against Calvinism, demonstrating that they are often the result of misunderstandings, faulty reasoning, or poor scriptural exegesis. Murrell starts from the premise that we, as a fallen people, need God to save us from our sins with his sovereignty and grace. He asserts that God’s sovereignty is not a barrier to Calvinism but a powerful support for it.
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At a time when belief of Calvinism is constantly challenged, Adam Murrell responds to common objections to the Reformed faith. There are many Christians struggling to know the difference between Arminianism and Calvinism, and this theologically sound book reveals the truth and gives answers that are biblically centered. I would highly recommend this book as it is much needed for every Christian.
—Nick Bibile, founder, Agape Chapel Ministries
Predestined to Believe shows a good understanding of the differences between Calvinism and Arminianism and presents a concise biblical defense of the former. I do hope that it gets a wide circulation, and I believe that it will prove to be a blessing to the church.
—John Frame, professor of systematic theology and philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary
We were fortunate to have Adam Murrell attend our church while he was assigned to our local naval station. We discovered that he savors Reformed theology. He wants you to savor it too! This little book is a useful contribution toward achieving that goal.
—Randy Kimbrough, pastor, Moss Point Presbyterian Church, Moss Point, Mississippi
Adam Murrell is a graduate of Columbia College and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the president of a non-profit organization, a Bible teacher, and a United States naval officer. He has authored several other books, including Concise Fundamentalism, Essential Church History, and The Essence of the Christian Faith.