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Spurgeon's Calvinism (McCaskell)

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Stephen McCaskell
Free Grace Press

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Spurgeon Calvinism is the Prince of Preachers describing, defending, and applying the doctrines of grace. According to C. H. Spurgeon, “Calvinism is the gospel, and nothing else.” And in this volume, Spurgeon precisely and convincingly articulates each of the five points of Calvinism. 


Table of Contents: 

Foreword - Conrad Mbewe

1. A Defense of Calvinism

2. Human Depravity

Man's Inability

Stubbornness of the Human Will

The Understanding Is Darkened

Depraved Affections

Depraved Conscience

The Father's Drawings

The Practical End

3. Unconditional Election

Election Is True

Election Is Absolute

Election Is Eternal

Election Is Personal

4. Particular Redemption

Redemption from Sin

Redemption from Divine Justice

The Price He Paid

The Glorious Deliverance

5. Effectual Calling

Gracious Call

Personal Call

Hastening Call

Humbling Call

Affectionate Call

Abiding Call

Necessary Call

Effectual Call

6. Final Perseverance 

Who Are These People?

What Is Meant by "Falling Away"

It Is Impossible for Him to Be Renewed



C. H. Spurgeon (1834-1892), an English Baptist pastor, preached his first sermon at sixteen. At twenty-two, he was the most popular preacher of his day, consistently addressing congregations over six thousand. He was also active in philanthropic work and evangelism and was the author of several books.



Stephen McCaskell is an award-winning filmmaker from Manitoba, Canada. His documentaries have been seen by millions of people in over 120 countries.