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This week’s winner is…

Matt Tolosa, you are this week’s winner! You have won:

The Masculine Mandate: God’s Calling to Men. By Richard D. Phillips. Reformation Trust, 2012.

The Gospel Focus of Charles Spurgeon. By Steven J. Lawson. Reformation Trust, 2012.

Mark: He Taught Them As One Who Had Authority (St. Andrews Expositional Commentary). By R. C. Sproul. Reformation Trust, 2012.

To the rest of you, if you have not done so, be sure to look at the new issue of Credo Magazine, “Chosen by Grace.”

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Chosen by Grace

The biblical doctrine of election is offensive. It collides with our demand for human autonomy. It removes our will from the throne. And it exposes our nakedness, revealing us to be the sinners that we truly are, undeserving of divine grace and mercy. But when our eyes are opened to its glory, we begin to see that the doctrine of election leads us to worship, praise, and give thanks to our Sovereign Lord. We recognize that we, as sinners, deserve nothing less than eternal condemnation. And yet, the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ has chosen us in Christ before the foundation of the world! In love he predestined us for adoption as sons through Jesus Christ, not on the basis of anything we have done, but purely according to the purpose of his will (Eph 1:3-5). It is this doctrine of election that Paul says is to lead us to praise the glorious grace of God (Eph 1:6). Therefore, the title of this May’s issue of Credo Magazine is “Chosen by Grace.” Contributors include: Timothy George, Paul Helm, Matthew Barrett, Bruce Ware, Fred Zaspel, Greg Gilbert, Thomas Nettles, R. Scott Clark, David Murray, Thomas Schreiner, Graham Cole, Greg Forster, and many others.

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