Author(s): J. A. Medders
Calvinism has an image problem. For far too long it has been synonymous with being argumentative, arrogant, and unloving. Somehow the doctrines of grace often haven't made those who believe them actually gracious.
Self-confessed recovering, cranky Calvinist, Jeff Medders argues that we've replaced the love of God for the love of Calvinism. We've got it all sown up in our heads but has it really penetrated our hearts?
His warm-hearted, challenging (and surprisingly witty) book reveals how a true understanding of "the five points" fuels a love of Christ and his people that builds others up, rather than tearing them down. He urges readers to be humble and gracious as well as zealous for the truth, to the praise and glory of Christ and his church.