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Who Who Saves, God or Me? Calvinism for the Twenty-First Century (Hulse) - Erroll Hulse Collection

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Did I save myself or did God save me--or was it a bit of both? For centuries, this question has been asked, considered, and debated the world over, and it is of critical importance that we get the answers right. Here, Erroll Hulse carefully and helpfully examines the history of the defining events and debates surrounding these questions in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century. With his typical passion, he unpacks for us the practical implications and challenges of the doctrines of grace, and shows us how an appreciation of God's sovereign and free grace can change the very nature of our faith and infuse ourlives with humility, worship, joy, and compassion.


Errol Hulse (1931-2017) was born in South Africa, graduated in architecture, and later studied at London Bible College. In 1957 he co-founded The Banner of Truth with Iain H. Murray. He was the founding editor of Reformation Today and was pastor of Cuckfield Baptist Church from 1962-1984. After that, he was primarily engaged in worldwide ministry, preaching at conferences and in churches in Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa. He wrote many books, including Give Him No Rest: A Call to Prayer for Revival, Introduction to the Baptists, Testimony of Baptism, and Who Are the Puritans?


"Erroll Hulse has masterfully woven his thesis with warm theology, pertinent church history, inspiring biography, challenges towards our responsibility, and warnings of apostasy, and, at the same time, wrapping it all up with evangelistic urgency!" - JERRY MARCELLINO: Pastor of Audubon Drive Bible Church in Laurel MS and Former Moderator of The Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals

"Realizing that our salvation is a free gift of God produces the kind of robust faith that we desperately need today. May this book find its way into every African nation, and, if possible, into every African pastor's hands!" - CONRAD MBEWE: Pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia