This article considers the doctrine of election, that it is not outdated but is biblical and thus also comforting.
Election is not only a difficult subject to discuss but also a controversial one. What does the Bible say about it? This article explains that election is the work of the Triune God. It discusses the dimensions in election, the source of election, the place of Christ in election, the goal of it, the call of God’s election and the relation between election and reprobation.
Does the Father love us because of his Son? It may surprise you to know that the answer is "No." This article explains why: the basis of God's love for us is his election of us.
This article succinctly provides ten things that the Word of God says about election.
This article seeks to find answers to whether the Puritans were evangelistic in their preaching. Further it seeks to find out how they went about persuading souls to believe. It probes the nature of their confrontations, the language they used, and whether doctrines such as election, predestination, and particular redemption confined and restricted the scope of their evangelistic messages.
This article relates the teaching of the perseverance of the saints to another Calvinistic doctrine, the doctrine of election. It explains further this relation, noting the role of man and the role of God in the process of perseverance, the possibility of backsliding, the danger of relying on external conduct as a sign of election, and the insecure ground of belief on which Arminianism stands.