- File Size: 1226 KB
- Print Length: 177 pages
- Publisher: Free Grace Press (May 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 7, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B071VJTSH3
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He Died for Me: Limited Atonement & the Universal Gospel Kindle Edition
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He covers the different views by interacting with major theologians throughout the history of the church. Although a fairly short book, Pastor Johnson does a great job covering all the different perspectives on this topic.He does not shy away from addressing the difficult questions that many would just avoid. The bibliography is great too.I found it to be extremely helpful.
The book includes excellent end notes and also identifies the various positions held by theologians past and present. The author has his own position, but treats all the others fairly. One's position on this matter does not have to be one of contention dividing brothers, but one of intriguing dialog as we seek to better understand our great salvation.
"Moderate Calvinists—that is, those who reject a strictly limited atonement—believe God’s saving design or intent in the atonement was dualistic: (1) he sent Christ for the salvation of all humanity so that his death paid the penalty for their sins, thus rendering all saveable; and (2) Christ died with the special purpose of ultimately securing the salvation of the elect. High Calvinists believe in a strictly limited intent that they argue necessarily requires that Christ provided a satisfaction only for the elect, and thus he secures salvation only for the elect."
Quote by Allen, David L.. The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review (Kindle Locations 211-217). B&H Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.