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Willing to Believe

Willing to Believe
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Willing to Believe

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What is the role of the will in believing the good news of the gospel? Why has there been so much controversy over free will throughout church history?

A major work on the Protestant doctrines of man's total depravity and God's effectual grace. Sproul traces the free will controversy from its formal beginning in the fifth century, when Augustine took up the pen against Pelagius, to the present.

By the time you finish this historical tour, you will understand the nuances separating the views of Protestants and Catholics, Calvinists and Arminians, the Reformed and Dispensationalists. You will also see how this debate colours our view of our humanity and shapes our understanding of God's character.


- Publisher What is the role of the will in believing the good news of the gospel? Why is there so much controversy over free will throughout church history? R. C. Sproul finds that Christians have often been influenced by pagan views of the human will that deny the effects of Adam??'s fall. In Willing to Believe, Sproul traces the free-will controversy from its formal beginning in the fifth century, with the writings of Augustine and Pelagius, to the present. Readers will gain understanding into the nuances separating the views of Protestants and Catholics, Calvinists and Arminians, and Reformed and Dispensationalists. This book, like Sproul's Faith Alone, is a major work on an essential evangelical tenet.

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What is the role of the will in believing the good news of the gospel? Why has there been so much controversy over free will throughout church history?

A major work on the Protestant doctrines of man's total depravity and God's effectual grace. Sproul traces the free will controversy from its formal beginning in the fifth century, when Augustine took up the pen against Pelagius, to the present.

By the time you finish this historical tour, you will understand the nuances separating the views of Protestants and Catholics, Calvinists and Arminians, the Reformed and Dispensationalists. You will also see how this debate colours our view of our humanity and shapes our understanding of God's character.

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What is the role of the will in believing the good news of the gospel? Why is there so much controversy over free will throughout church history? R. C. Sproul finds that Christians have often been influenced by pagan views of the human will that deny the effects of Adam??'s fall. In Willing to Believe, Sproul traces the free-will controversy from its formal beginning in the fifth century, with the writings of Augustine and Pelagius, to the present. Readers will gain understanding into the nuances separating the views of Protestants and Catholics, Calvinists and Arminians, and Reformed and Dispensationalists. This book, like Sproul's Faith Alone, is a major work on an essential evangelical tenet.
- Publisher

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R C Sproul

R. C. Sproul, theologian, pastor and teacher, is founder of Ligonier Ministries, an international teaching ministry based in Orlando, Florida. He holds doctorate degrees from Free University of Amsterdam and Whitefield Theological Seminary, and is author of more than sixty books, general editor of The Reformation Study Bible and executive editor of Tabletalk magazine. Sproul is senior minister of preaching at Saint Andrew's Chapel and can be heard daily on the radio broadcast Renewing Your Mind.

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  • Catalogue Code 175840
  • Product Code 0801064120
  • EAN 9780801064128
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Apr 2002
  • Sales Rank #22593
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 15 mm
  • Weight 0.369kg

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