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Reformed Faith Paperback – April 30, 1984
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Loraine Boettner (ThB and ThM, Princeton Theological Seminary; also received honorary degrees in DD and LittD) is best known as the author of The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, The Millennium, and Roman Catholicism.
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Until this missing material is placed in the Kindle edition, I strongly recommend going for the print edition.
The Reformed Faith is a great little primer on, well, "the Reformed faith" otherwise known as Calvinism; though, more accurately, it's a primer on what have been called "the doctrines of grace" and "the five points of Calvinism" (represented by the acronym TULIP). As such, it adeptly shows the differences between Arminian (not Armenian) and Calvinist soteriology and (obviously) argues in favor of the Calvinist view.
Whether you're an Arminian or a Calvinist, this booklet is well worth reading. For the Arminian, it will provide you with an understanding of the Calvinist view (both of soteriology and of the Arminian view of it) without being filtered through the Arminian hyperbole of trying to argue against Calvinism by arguing against hypercalvinism - and it even includes a chart that presents the Arminian and Calvinist views side-by-side. For the Calvinist, it's a great reminder of what we believe and why; and it's a great tool that will help you give an answer to those who ask you to give account "for the hope that is in you" (1 Peter 3:15). Buy several copies to give away to family, friends and others, or to make available in your church's literature rack.