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> No, that fine little book [by Steele and Thomas] is not written by
> the Covenanter minister,
Come to think of it, no Covenanter minister I can recall has ever
written a book on the Five Points of Calvinism (unless you count
Samuel Rutherford's 2 latin books on "Examen Arminianismi" or
"Examination of Arminianism", and his "Exercitationes
Apologeticae Pro Divina Gratia" or "A Defense of Divine Grace").
> but by two Baptist ministers, David N. Steele, and Curtis
> Thomas (who I think are both living, and from
> Arkansas... can't be sure though, as I've lended out my copy
> and never saw it again!)
Steele is deceased and Thomas is retired. But their book has
been recently reprinted and updated by a new co-author named,
S. Lance Quinn (a former assistant to John MacArthur).
I haven't read this new "revised" version yet, but I hope the
doctrine of limited atonement was not "revised" or watered down.
I am curious to know what exactly was "revised" in this updated
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> <toratora1649@y...> wrote:
> > Is the book entitled The Five Points of Calvinism, by David
> > Steele, authored by the same David N Steele who was a
> > covenanter minister in PA until his death in about 1880?