Calvinism In Plain and Simple English: BookCaps Study Guide
John Calvin revolutionized Christianity. Without him, there would not have been apologetics, evangelism, or even the protestant reformation! It's easy to say you think he's a pretty important guy, but it's hard to know why without a clear understanding of things like total depravity, sovereign grace, and predestination--concepts that are quite complex to fully grasp. This book breaks down Calvinism into language we can all understand: plain and simple English!
If you are curious about Calvinism, but don't want a bias view from someone either for the church or against the church, then this is the book for you. This unbiased book explains Calvinism in a way that's easy to understand: in plain and simple English!
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