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About the Author: Norman L. Geisler

Norman L Geisler PhD, Loyola University of Chicago taught at top evangelical colleges and seminaries for over fifty years and was a distinguished professor of apologetics and theology at Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California He was the author of nearly eighty books, including the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics and Christian Ethics He and his wife lived in Charlotte



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  1. says:

    Though the book only labels sin and salvation as the topics discussed, Geisler does open up his hamartiology with the study of man anthropology.Presenting the Traducian view in his anthropology and moving on to the effects of sin to the totality of one s being, Geisler continues to support himself Biblically, theologically and historically He has the mind and disposition of a philosopher and has no trouble striking objections at the base of their twisted philosophies.Dr Geisler is a three point Calvinist calling himself a moderate Calvinist adhering to the doctrines of Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Unlimited Atonement, Resistible Grace and Perseverance and Assurance of the Saints As a firm five point Calvinist, I found myself critiquing his form of Total Depravity which is along the lines of the Arminian understanding of it, rather than the Reformed, man s inability, view I suppose in light of this, Geisler is only a two point Calvinist in my determination.Geisler also failed to deal with the very heavy objections against Unlimited Atonement presented by John Owen in The Death of Death in the Death of Christ Because he DID NOT address the hinging objection all of his arguments for Unlimited Atonement are found to be begging the question And his understanding of Resistible Grace is built on the foundation of his form of Total Depravity that allows for man s ability.Geisler s soteriology is fantastic Presenting the substitutionary view of atonement and eliminating the objections against it Yet, again, his soteriology is lacking only in that it s based of his moderate form of Calvinism Definitely one should tackle this book and either cement what they already hold to be true, or learn what the other side teaches and make yourself a stronger apologist.


  2. says:

    As much as it sucks to have to read this HUGE book for school, i am really enjoying the majority of it Its giving me the theological basis i need to defend my christian faith What could be better Geisler gets to the heart of the important issues surrounding Sin and Salvation giving biblical basis to prove correct and disprove incorrect beliefs I would recommend it for anyone wanting to have stronger in apologetic s


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