How Can I Know if I am One of God’s Elect? Understanding and Appreciating the Doctrines of Election and Predestination

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Intended to unpack common but important faith questions, How Can I Know if I Am One of God’s Elect? conveys the biblical doctrine of election and predestination in fine historical fashion, with snippets of theology and philosophy sprinkled throughout. Using Romans 9:11–18 as a premise, readers will understand influencers who have supported it through the ages, and how and why a sovereign God would choose to extend mercy and grace to others.

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What does it mean to be one of the elect? Am I one of the elect? How can I know if I am one of God’s elect? Believers are filled with questions like these because God has placed the sense of eternity in the heart of every human being. We all think about our place in eternity, which leads us to contemplate the mysteries of election and predestination.

If you’ve ever wondered if you are part of God’s elect, then this book will be very meaningful to you. Drawing from a lifetime of research and Scripture study, the author invites you on a journey of discovery of the spiritual lostness of mankind, where God’s redemptive grace answers every question and what-if. In this book you will read about

  • the background of election and predestination throughout church history,
  • the many supporters and preachers of the doctrine throughout the ages, and
  • the personal examples and illustrations from ongoing spiritual struggles in people’s lives.

Students of the Word will recognize that God’s primary mercy and compassion in the gift of redemption and salvation is displayed in individuals through the majesty of election and predestination in every generation.

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Weight 1.565 lbs
Dimensions 7.5 × 9.25 in
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