Review: The Potter’s Promise

The Potter's Promise: A Biblical Defense of Traditional SoteriologyThe Potter’s Promise: A Biblical Defense of Traditional Soteriology by Leighton Flowers

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is an outstanding resource for those who want to look into Traditionalist Soteriology. Dr. Flowers dives deep into traditionally Calvinistic passages and demonstrates some of the faulty exegesis and hermeneutical interpretations of Reformed thinkers. Not afraid to tackle the hard passages, Dr. Flowers looks at the them from a holistic hermeneutical approach keeping in mind who the writers were writing to and who they were writing about. I encourage those who embrace Calvinistic Soteriology to read this, not to change your minds, but to understand that there is a strong and robust theology that has counter explanations to the Reformed systematic.

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