"For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: not of works, lest any man should boast," Ephesians 2:8. 9.

Table of Contents:

  1. The Sovereignty of God
    A.The Doctrine
    B. Scripture Passages
    C. Objections
    D. Denials of God's Sovereignty
    E. Practical Importance
    F. Relation to the Five Points

  2. Total Depravity
    A. The Doctrine
    B. Scripture Passages
    C. Difficult Passages
    D. Objections
    E. Denials of Total Depravity
    F. Practical Importance
    G. Relation to the Other Four Points

  3. Unconditional Election
    A. The Doctrine
    B. Scripture Passages
    C. Difficult Passages
    D. Objections
    E. Denials of Unconditional Election
    F. Practical Implications
    G. Relation to the Other Four Points

  4. Limited Atonement
    A. The Doctrine
    B. Scripture Passages
    C. Difficult Passages
    D. Objections
    E. Denials of Limited Atonement
    F. Practical Importance
    G. Relation to the Other Four Points

  5. Irresistible Grace
    A. The Doctrine
    B. Scripture Passages
    C. Difficult Passages
    D. Objections
    E. Denials of Irresistible Grace
    F. Practical Importance
    G. Relation to the Other Four Points

  6. Perseverance of the Saints
    A. The Name
    B. The Doctrine
    C. Scripture Passages
    D. Difficult Passages
    E. Objections
    F. Denials of Perseverance of Saints
    G. Practical Importance
    H. Relation to the Other Four Points

    Recommended Readings (Omitted here, but found in the back of the book, for further discussion on this site go to:
    The Five Points of Calvinism

    Appendix I (Citations from the Creeds)

    Appendix II (Index of Scriptural Passages-these are unlisted here but are found in the back of the book.)

    Study Guide for "Saved by Grace"
    Saved By Grace
    A Study of the Five Points of Calvinism

    By Rev. Ronald Cammenga

    and Rev. Ronald Hanko

    Published by: Reformed Free Publishing Association
    Copyright © 1995. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reprinted in any form without permission from the publisher, except in the case of a brief quotation used in connection with a critical article or review. For information, address

    The Reformed Free Publishing Association
    Box 2006
    Grand Rapids, Michigan 49501

    Library of Congress: 95-68231
    ISBN 0-916206-54-8

    This book is used by permission of the Reformed Free Publishing Association, for which permission we express our thanks.

    CGPRF Rev. Thomas Miersma

    This book is dedicated to the late Professor Homer C. Hoeksema
    who in his teaching, preaching, and writing, not only ably defended the Five Points of Calvinism, but also endeared them to students, church members, and readers.
    Forward: By Professor David Engelsma

    Preface: By Professor Ronald Cammenga and Rev. Ronald Hanko

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