The New Chosen People, Revised and Expanded Edition
A Corporate View of Election
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"This book dives headlong into a theological and pastoral problem that has vexed the Church for generations: namely, God's election of some unto salvation but not others. Classical theological paradigms have created more division than unity in addressing this issue. Approaching the question as a biblical theologian, Bill Klein has shown us a way forward. This book deserves careful consideration by those from all theological perspectives. I commend it to you without reservation."
--Mark Young, President, Denver Seminary
"I cannot recommend too strongly William Klein's The New Chosen People--now in its long-awaited, expanded second edition. The first edition of this book was quite influential in my thinking about election, predestination, grace, and sovereignty, and I have often commended it to others. Irenic in tone, Klein's discussion of corporate--rather than individual--election for salvation and its ramifications is exegetically sound, theologically fruitful, and morally satisfying."
--Paul Copan, Professor and Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics, Palm Beach Atlantic University