Boettner Unconditional Election

In Boettner Unconditional Election this 6 chapter work, Boettner (Reformed, Calvinist) examines election. This is the reformed-Calvinist view of election, that is, that it is unconditional. He first states the doctrine, and then reasons with proofs from Scripture and reason, and then examines faith and good works are the fruits and proof of election, not the basis of election, then he examines reprobation. In the final chapter he examines infralapsarianism and supralapsarianism.

Unconditional Election

by Loraine Boettner

Summary of Boettner Unconditional Election

In this 6 chapter work, Boettner (Reformed, Calvinist) examines election. This is the reformed-Calvinist view of election, that is, that it is unconditional. He first states the doctrine, and then reasons with proofs from Scripture and reason, and then examines faith and good works are the fruits and proof of election, not the basis of election, then he examines reprobation. In the final chapter he examines infralapsarianism and supralapsarianism.

Chapter Content of Boettner Unconditional Election

1. Statement of the Doctrine
2. Proof From Scripture
3. Proof from Reason
4. Faith and Good Works are the Fruits and Proof, not the Basis of Election
5. Reprobation
6. Infralapsarianism and Supralapsarianism

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