This book considers the universality of grace and presupposes that God is just in an unqualified manner, desiring the salvation of all sinners. The writers examine the concepts of faith, election and predestination and argue against the position that some people are predestinated for eternal life or everlasting death.
Endorsements & Reviews-
"If it seems controversial to assert this conviction boldly and unashamedly, then it ought at least to be admitted that here is a truth far more deserving of controversy than many which are debated. On it hangs the validity of the universal offer of the Gospel and the possiblility of Christian assurance. If we do not know that God loves all sinners, we do not know that He loves us, and we do not know that He loves those to whom we take the Gospel." Clark H. Pinnock, author
Clark H. Pinnock
Clark Pinnock graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA in Semitic languages in 1960 and the University of Manchester with a Ph.D. in New Testament in 1963. He has taught at the University of Manchester, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School near Chicago, Regent College in Vancouver, and since 1977 at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario. He is author of a number of books including Flame of Love and A Wideness in God's Mercy He is married to Dorothy and has one married daughter named Sarah.