Who saves who?
To this question the Christian Church has historically offered two answers. Calvinists insist that God saves sinners by grace, irrespective of human will, whereas Arminians believe that sinners save themselves by freely choosing to cooperate with God’s grace. While both sides champion divine sovereignty in election, they disagree over its scope and to what extent God exercises it. In “The Scandal of Sovereignty” both Calvinism and Arminianism are put to the acid test of Scripture. Each is examined under the light of historical orthodoxy. When the dust settles, one lionheart is left standing-the Doctrines of Grace.