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Chosen in ChristRevisiting the Contours of Predestination

Chosen in Christ

Revisiting the Contours of Predestination

Cornelis P. Venema
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Cornel Venema revisits the important doctrine of predestination to re–familiarize the church with truths about God’s sovereignty in salvation. But he does not merely re–visit old ground but also engages a host of historic and contemporary challenges to the doctrine. He addresses the subject from exegetical, historical, contemporary, and pastoral vantage points.

Cornelis P. Venema

About Cornelis P. Venema

Cornelius P. Venema is President and Professor of Doctrinal Studies at Mid–America Reformed Seminary, Dyer, Indiana. He is also co–editor and frequent contributor to The Outlook and the Mid–America Journal of Theology.

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Cornel Venema had given us a careful, thoughtful, and very helpful study of predestination: its biblical foundations, its historical development in Augustine and the Reformation, its modern challenges from Arminius, Barth, and open–theism, and its pastoral significance.  Throughout Venema provides an excellent exposition and defense of the Reformed doctrine of election.

W. Robert Godfrey, President Emeritus, Professor Emeritus of Church History, Westminster Seminary in California, Escondido, California

Why another book on predestination and election? Because people still struggle with these great biblical doctrines. Why a book by Cornel Venema on the subject? Because he is one of the clearest and simplest systematic theologians today. Why read this book rather than an older one? Because Venema applies old texts and old doctrines to contemporary questions.

Ryan M. McGraw, Morton H. Smith Professor of Systematic Theology, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Greenville, South Carolina
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