The Doctrine Of Predestination By Robert Charles Sproul

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Robert Charles Sproul, American Calvinist theologian, is co-pastor of Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford Florida, founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries and author of more than one hundred books. Hence, discovering his written opinion on the subject of predestination should not be a surprise. This author claims to “love the doctrine of predestination because it comforts and underlines the extent to which God has gone in our behalf. It is a theology that begins and ends with grace”. Hence, Sproul demonstrates a discernment of predestination which readers to experience John Calvin’s opinions through a modern lens. Along the way, the evaluation may reveal unknown or overlooked characteristics. Resultantly, this review will conduct a short summary of Chosen by God’s content and survey its major strengths and weaknesses, providing researchers information by which the work can be evaluated.
Sproul begins his book with an inviting conversation of the common items identifying Americans. Readers are expected to identify with the idea of baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet as American. Then, readers are warned that the author plans to brake the American motto of “not discussing religion or politics”. Afterward, the text shifts to consider the topic of predestination directly. Readers are told that arguing about predestination is nearly uncontrollable.
The variety of abounding opinions verify a couple of certainties; the doctrine of predestination is definitely

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