Saving calvinism explores some of the thorniest problems in the reformed tradition including free will the extent of the atonement and the possibility of universal salvation by engaging a host of reformed thinkers and exploring often ignored ideas crisp shows that calvinism is much more diverse and flexible than the stereotype suggests. Oliver d crisp saving calvinism expanding the reformed tradition downers grove il ivp academic 2016 pp 167 1800 paperback as someone who has written a couple of books critiquing calvinism i must say i was intrigued and somewhat amused by the title of this book. Saving calvinism expanding the reformed traditionby oliver d crisp downers grove il ivp academic 2016 165 pp paper 1800 this book has a fascinating title . Crisp oliver saving calvinism expanding the reformed tradition grand rapids mi intervarsitypress 2016 the reformed theological tradition is like inheriting a large albeit old house it has many rooms and in these rooms are old treasures the young restless and reformed movement however . For many christians regardless of tradition calvinism evokes the idea of a harsh god who saves a select few and condemns others to eternal torment others find comfort in the five points of tulip with its emphasis on the sovereignty of gods gracein saving calvinism oliver crisp proposes that both sides have too small a picture of the reformed tradition and sets out to address the matter
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