On The Canons Of Dort

  1. The Canons of Dort (1): Introduction And Background
  2. Canons of Dort (2): The Crisis Intensifies
  3. The Canons of Dort (3): Synod Approaches
  4. Canons of Dort (4): Unconditional Grace
  5. Canons of Dort (5): God Ordains Means to Call His Elect
  6. Canons of Dort (6): God is the Cause of Election But Not Of Reprobation
  7. Canons of Dort (7): God Graciously Chose His Elect Out of the Mass of Fallen Humanity
  8. Canons of Dort (8): There is Only one Kind of Election
  9. Canons Of Dort (9): The God Who Elects Unconditionally Does Not Change
  10. Canons of Dort (10): Unconditional Grace Gives Assurance
  11. The Doctrine Of Predestination Is Edifying and Should Be Taught Wisely
  12. Canons of Dort (12): We Judge God’s Will From Scripture
  13. The Canons of Dort (13): Predestination Is A Mystery
  14. Canons of Dort (14): Only We Sinned But Only God Saves
  15. Canons of Dort (15): The Death of Christ Is Of Infinite Worth
  16. Canons of Dort (16): Scripture Teaches Both the Free Offer of the Gospel And Definite Atonement
  17. Canons of Dort (17): The Offer of the Gospel Is Genuine But So Is Unbelief
  18. Canons of Dort (18): It Was God’s Sovereign Will To Accomplish  For and Apply Redemption To All The Elect
  19. Canons of Dort (19): Unconditional Atonement
  20. Canons of Dort (20): God Unconditionally Saves Those Who Are Totally Unable to Save Themselves
  21. Canons of Dort (21): The Atonement Is Not Universal But The Offer Of The Gospel Is
  22. Canons of Dort (22): The Application of Redemption Is A Mystery Wrought Through Means
  23. Canons of Dort (23): God Not Only Sovereignly Gives New Life But He Uses Means To Do It
  24. Canons of Dort (24): Synod’s Pastoral Concern for Assurance
  25. Canons of Dort (25): Perseverance Is Not A Covenant Of Works