Christ Freely Offered: A Discussion of the General Offer of Salvation in the Light of Particular Atonement
Originally written in 1975, Ken Stebbins' 'Christ Freely Offered' is seen as one of the best defenses on the subject of the free offer of the Gospel. Tackling both scripture and the historical-theological aspects, Stebbins engages with many of the...
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Originally written in 1975, Ken Stebbins' 'Christ Freely Offered' is seen as one of the best defenses on the subject of the free offer of the Gospel. Tackling both scripture and the historical-theological aspects, Stebbins engages with many of the main individuals involved in this subject including Herman Hoeksema, John Murray and Ned Stonehouse. This edition has been slightly updated by Stebbins, and will help readers come to a firm understanding of this subject as well as an insight into the decrees of God and the idea of Common Grace.
"Calvinists are stewards of beautiful truths derived from Scripture. As such, we have the solemn responsibility to defend them from erroneous interpretation and application. Christ Freely Offered continues to be a helpful resource for those seeking a response against the Hyper-Calvinistic error
that persists into our day. Especially helpful are the extensive and helpful discussions of major Reformed theologians on this issue."
Dr. Sam Waldron, President and Academic Dean, Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary
"Ken Stebbins alerts us to the faulty steps in logic and the misreadings of Scripture that we can make when reflecting on God's eternal decree. The author shows from Scripture and the history of theology that Jesus Christ can and should be sincerely and indiscriminately offered in the Gospel message. In the middle chapter there is a helpful defence of the doctrine of God's common grace that is germane to the subject. To those who are aware of the theological questions and who are looking for reliable answers we recommend this book."
Rev. Dr. Douglas Milne
Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne, Australia
Ken Stebbins is a retired Minister of the Presbyterian Reformed Church of Australia. Having lectured in theology and served as missionary in Western Kenya, Ken has also served in pastoral ministry in both Wollongong and Brisbane. He is married to Eileen, and have four children, and eight grandchildren. Ken maintains a regular blog at http://transformingourconforming.com.