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Aaron O'Kelley

I'm reading through the book now. I finished the historical section. Paul Helm's chapter on John Calvin and Carl Trueman's chapter on John Owen were outstanding. Amar Djaballah also has a very helpful chapter on Amyraut.

I was not aware of this before reading Djaballah's essay, but Amyraut's view on the atonement led him to affirm an inclusivist doctrine of salvation.

Paul Owen

How refreshing to read this review. After all the pseudo-intellectual babbling one has to tolerate on this issue, it's nice to read the thoughts of a truly competent and qualified scholar. Kudos to Dr. Allen!

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