"A study of the Bible will show that predestination is not an obscure doctrine or one infrequently mentioned. It permeates the Bible and turns out to be very fundamental . . . To avoid the doctrine is to undermine the Christian's assurance of salvation and to detract from the glory of God."
Thus writes Gordon H. Clark in part one of this combined edition of two previously published works on predestination. Clark examines the relationship between predestination and creation, God's omniscience, His eternal decrees, regeneration, and the idea of free will. Giving special attention to oft-neglected Old testament passages, Clark shows from all of Scripture what God has revealed to us for our understanding of His predestinating work.
Table of Contents:
Part One: Biblical PredestinationIntroduction
- The Eternal Decree and Its Execution
- Free Will
- EpiloguePart Two: Predestination in the Old testamentIndex of Scripture
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