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Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism (2004)

"This video series boldly, clearly, and winsomely sets forth the glorious, saving grace of God in its splendor and will help thousands to understand the gospel better and so to be filled ... See full summary »

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"This video series boldly, clearly, and winsomely sets forth the glorious, saving grace of God in its splendor and will help thousands to understand the gospel better and so to be filled with praise for their Savior." Dr. E. Calvin Beisner, Associate professor of historical theology and social ethics, Knox Theological Seminary, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Written by Anonymous

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Good movie, but breaks the 2nd commandment
17 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is a good movie about Calvinism and I think it's pretty beneficial, but just be forewarned that there are a few images of Christ. There's not a whole lot, but it's there. It explains in detail about the history of Calvinism and I think it does a good job at that. RC Sproul, D. James Kennedy, Stephen Mansfield, George Grant, Joe Morecraft III, Roger Schultz, Walter J. Chantry, Kenneth Talbot, Thomas Nettles, Walter Bowie, RC Sproul Jr, Thomas Ascol, etc are in this. I think that Calvinism is biblical and this movie lays it out well. But I wanted to warn people about the images because I believe them to be inappropriate and breaking the 2nd commandment.


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