JAMES R WHITE
The Potter’s Freedom: A Defense of the Reformation and the Rebuttal of Norman Geisler’s Chosen But Free
Geisler’s ‘Chosen but Free’ sparked a firestorm of controversy when he labeled Calvinism “theologically inconsistent, philosophically insufficient, and morally repugnant.” White steps into the breach with his cogent response. His systematic refutation of Geisler’s argument will help you understand what the Reformed faith really teaches about divine election and how Reformed thought conforms to the gospel.
What is Geisler warning the Christian community about in his book, ‘Chosen But Free’? A new cult? Secularism? False prophesy scenarios? No. Geisler is sounding the alarm about a system of beliefs commonly called “Calvinism.” This book is written not only as a reply to Geisler, but is much more; it is a defense of the very principles upon which the Protestant Reformation was founded.