What Is a True Calvinist?
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Written by Philip Graham Ryken
This practical introduction to Reformed spirituality demonstrates, in the author’s words, that "the doctrines of grace help to preserve all that is right and good in the Christian life: humility, holiness, and thankfulness, with a passion for prayer and evangelism." He continues, "The true Calvinist ought to be the most outstanding Christian—not narrow and unkind, but grounded in God's grace and therefore generous of spirit."
The Basics of the Faith booklet series introduce readers to basic Reformed doctrine and practice. On issues of church government and practice they reflect that framework—otherwise they are suitable for all church situations.
“John Calvin’s personal motto was I offer my heart to you, O God, promptly and sincerely. Philip Ryken has done a wonderful job of explaining the meaning of that motto. He can describe True Calvinism because he understands Calvin’s heart as well as his head. I am looking forward to using this booklet in my ministry.” —Stephen Smallman
Paperback, 32 pages, notes
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