October 2018

Magazine Issue 661

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Magazine Issue 661

Table of Contents

  • What Is Calvinism? — Ian Hamilton
  • Canons of Dort: 400th Anniversary — Joel R. Beeke
  • Total Depravity — Mark Johnston
  • News and Comment
  • Ministers of Christ (1) — Warren Peel
  • Why Read Augustine’s Confessions? — Peter Sanlon
  • Godly Women: Amelia Elisabeth — Rebecca Van Doodewaard
  • Book Reviews

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