Ten Myths about Calvinism: Recovering the Breadth of the Reformed Tradition
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There are many misconceptions and myths about Reformed theology. Certain of these persistent stereotypes that defy historical research often present a truncated view of the depth and breadth of the Reformed tradition. Others, although erroneous, are nevertheless used to dismiss outright this rich body of biblical theological teaching. In this book, Ken Stewart identifies ten myths commonly believed and shows how they are gross mischaracterisations of that theological stream.
"... Kenneth Stewart has done us all a service by writing a book which highlights and refutes many of the misconceptions about Calvinism propagated by both its adherents and its opponents."
- Carl R. Trueman, Vice President and Professor of historical theology and church history, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
"... Ken Stewart's deft discussion of the myths promoted by and against Calvinists is timely indeed. Sympathetic to this school of thought, though also deeply desirous of historical accuracy, this book will inform - and challenge - both friend and foe of the Calvinist vision."
- Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin, Professor of church history and biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
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