Calvinism is on the rise both in seminary classrooms and in church life. Yet the weaknesses that have plagued it historically remain relevant today; in particular, a view of salvation that can weaken gospel presentations.
In Calvinism: A Biblical and Theological Critique, editors David Allen and Steven Lemke lead a team of top-notch scholars in carefully critiquing five-point Calvinism. Sections are devoted to its core commitments, historical issues, biblical and theological issues, and ministry issues, providing a wide-ranging assessment of Calvinism’s foundations and implications.
Fair-minded, deeply informed, and focused on the gospel, Calvinism: A Biblical and Theological Critique will benefit students, pastors, lay leaders, and anyone wanting to better understand the downsides of Calvinist teaching.