He Died for Me
Limited Atonement & the Universal Gospel
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LIMITED ATONEMENT & THE UNIVERSAL OFFER OF THE GOSPEL


Clearly outlining the historical and theological differences between Hyper-Calvinism, High-Calvinism, Moderate-Calvinism, and Low-Calvinism, Jeffrey D. Johnson provides a robust yet concise explanation of how the universal and free offer of the gospel is congruent with the doctrine of limited atonement.

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Jeffrey Johnson’s He Died for Me is a worthy participant in the ongoing discussion on the extent of the atonement. He particularly offers useful theological and historical insights into the universal aspect of the work of Christ as per the generally accepted formula “sufficient for all, efficient only for the elect.” Those involved in the debate should read this monograph as they fine tune what they believe to be the true Biblical and Reformed position." —Curt Daniel, Pastor, Faith Bible Church, Springfield, IL

"Lack of historical perspective and careful nuance often hamper discussions and debates on the extent of the atonement. This is true among Calvinists and non-Calvinists. That’s why you need to read He Died for Me. In this book Jeffrey Johnson revives the old Lombardian distinction between limited efficacy and universal sufficiency, and he assesses the various ways the Reformed tradition has sought to harmonize the two. Next, Johnson seeks to move the conversation forward by relating the question of the atonement’s extent to the doctrine of union with Christ. In so doing, he makes an excellent case for a moderate Calvinism that lays a solid basis for the free (and sincere) offer of the gospel. I highly recommend it!" —Bob Gonzales, Dean, Reformed Baptist Seminary, Sacramento, CA

Jeffrey Johnson describes his latest book, He Died for Me, as essentially about an “in-house debate among Calvinists,” and that it is. But I think even non-Calvinists would learn a great deal from this book. It is an excellent introduction to the historical debate concerning the efficacy and sufficiency of the atonement that ought to be read by anyone interested in the issue. Whether one agrees with Jeff’s final answer or not, he or she will certainly come away with a better understanding of the issue, both biblically and historically, and, no doubt a better understanding of his or her own position as well. As for me, I approached the book with a fairly high degree of skepticism, but it surprised me in several ways. First of all, I was surprised to discover that I did not understand the historical background of the debate nearly as a well as I thought I did. Second, I was surprised to discover that I hadn’t been nearly as consistent in my thinking on the matter as I thought I had been. And third, I was surprised that the book won me over; Jeff convinced me of his position. The book is also written in a very clear and accessible way. So, to say the least, I highly recommend it. Even if you are not convinced by Jeff’s arguments in the end, you will still certainly learn a lot from the book. However, you may just end up being as surprised as I was—you may just end up agreeing with it!" —Keith Troop, Pastor, Immanuel Baptist Church, Bloomington, IL

Jeffrey D. Johnson is the author of The Church: Why Bother?, The Absurdity of Unbelief, and The Pursuit of Glory. He is a pastor at Grace Bible Church in Conway, Arkansas, where he resides with his wife, Letha, and their four children.

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AuthorJeffrey D. Johnson
BindingKindle Edition
FormatKindle eBook
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages177
Product GroupeBooks
Publication Date2017-05-07
PublisherFree Grace Press
Release Date2017-05-07
StudioFree Grace Press
Sales Rank317428

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