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  • Title: What Love Is This? on MP3
  • Item#: MP3123
  • ISBN: 978-1-928660-53
  • Size: Approx 24 hours
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  • Copyright: 2006

Read by Eric Martin.

Discussions with many people around the world reveal that multitudes of sincere, Bible-believing Christians are "Calvinists" only by default. Thinking that the only choice is between Calvinism with its doctrine of eternal security and Arminianism with its falling away, and confident that salvation cannot be lost because of Christ's promise to keep eternally those who believe in Him, they therefore consider themselves to be Calvinists.

It takes only a few simple questions to discover the fact that most of those who regard themselves as Calvinists are largely unaware of what John Calvin and his early followers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries actually believed and practiced. Nor do they fully understand what most of today's leading Calvinists believe.

While there are disputed variations of this doctrine, among its chief proponents (whom we quote extensively in context) there is general agreement on certain core beliefs. Multitudes who believe they understand Calvinism will be shocked to discover its Roman Catholic roots and Calvin's grossly un-Christian behavior as the "Protestant Pope" of Geneva, Switzerland.

Most shocking of all, however, is Calvinism's misrepresentation of God who "is love." It is our prayer that this book will enable readers to examine more carefully the vital issues involved and to follow God's Holy Word and not man.

Available on CD or MP3, 25 hours!