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on 6 June 2009
Calvinist's of course will hate this book but then I suspect that most of them will not actually bother to even read it.

It covers the Five Points of Calvinism that is T.U.L.I.P and refutes each point by point in a biblical manner.

It is interesting to note that James White rather than try to refute Dave Hunt simply states that there is no actual biblical exegesis in the book something that most Calvinist's would simply accept at face value.

Hunt covers the historical John Calvin his attitude and admitted cruelty. Facts that even Calvinist's dare not deny but instead try to justify.

This is an invaluable and timely book that every discerning Christian should read before committing themselves to the so-called `Doctrines of Grace'.

Oh and I am no relation to Dave Hunt!
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