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T.U.L.I.P. and the Bible: Comparing the Works of Calvin to the Word of God

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Thousands of readers have been wonderfully and powerfully influenced by Dave Hunt's authoritative, 590-page hardcover treatise on Calvinism, What Love Is This?, but many have asked for a more concise analysis of "reformed" theology. After years of popular demand, The Berean Call is pleased to offer this resource, designed to help believers navigate the confusing and ...more
Paperback, 191 pages
Published 2012 by The Berean Call
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Dave Hunt leans wholly on the Word of God, not the vain philosophies of man, to communicate with love and grace the teachings of Calvinism. His logic, reasoning, and theology are excellent, simplifying a complicated subject. Thanks for daring to speak the truth, Mr. Hunt!
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