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Reprobation and God's Sovereignty

By: Peter Sammons,John MacArthur Jr. - foreword
Narrated by: Al Kessel
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God's right to judge humanity is written on the very fabric of human existence

The doctrine of reprobation—that is, the eternal, unconditional decree of God for the non-elect—is frequently misconstrued in both pastoral and theological literature. In Reprobation and God's Sovereignty, Peter Sammons reintroduces this oft-misunderstood doctrine, revealing its relationship to divine sovereignty. With Romans 9 as a guiding text, Sammons presents a thoroughly researched defense of reprobation as an essential part in a Reformed theology that magnifies God and encourages believers to trust in him.

Reprobation and God's Sovereignty clearly defines and demonstrates from Scripture the foundational terms and doctrines required for properly understanding reprobation, such as God's justice, election, compatibilism, secondary causality, preterition, and pre-damnation.

Understanding these theological ideas proves vital to answering life's all-important question, "Who is God?" Sammons shows how the doctrine of reprobation leads to a greater admiration for God, eliciting higher praise, reverence, and belief in him.

©2022 Peter Sammons (P)2022 Tantor

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Most clarifying book on the subject!

Reprobation and God's Sovereignty is well researched, intellectually honest, and abundantly clarifying. I have read Keathly's Salvation and Sovereignty as well as Geisler's Chosen but Free. Both of which are abundantly fallacious in their representation of Reformed Soteriology. Sammons' light and clarity reveal the schemes of the belligerent antagonists.

A colleague of mine recently created a bibliography of the top ten most academic commentaries for the N.T. When covering Romans 9, I observed that Sammons used the top 8 on our list.

I had pulled back on affirming reprobation because of reading modern criticisms of this doctrine. This book has caused me to reconsider. I now realize that Keathley and Geisler had obscured the information that Sammons makes clear. (It would take too long to explain here.)