The new issue of Credo Magazine is now here: Dort at 400.

Is the sinner saved by grace alone? Just how sovereign is God’s grace? Few questions have generated fierce debate in the history of Christianity like this one. Four hundred years ago, a group of Arminians remonstrated against the Reformed understanding of God’s grace. In response, Reformed theologians and pastors all over the world met at the Synod of Dort to defend what we now call the Five Points of Calvinism or the Doctrine of Grace. But how many evangelicals today—even Reformed evangelicals—have ever read the Canons of Dort? In this issue of Credo Magazine, not only are these canons celebrated but the contributors demonstrate just how indispensable these canons are for the church today.

Featured Articles

The Objections of James Arminius: Why Dort Met and Why It Still Matters by Tom Nettles

Unconditional Election: Why Some Believe and Others Remain in Their Sin by Cornelis Venema

From Death to Life: The Synod of Dort on Depravity, Effectual Calling, and Regeneration by Jim Scott Orrick

Definite Atonement at Dort and the Unity of the Trinity: Put Down TULIP and Pick Up the Canons of Dort by David Schrock

The Warmest Doctrine at Dort: The Preservation and Perseverance of the Saints by Daniel R. Hyde

A Plea for Calvinistic Compatibilism: An Essential Component to Biblical Soteriology by Shawn D. Wright

Columns

First Principles: Wrestling with Dort by Matthew Barrett

Teaching Our Children about Dort: Why You Should Pass Dort on to the Next Generation by William Boekestein

Dort: Reformational Rebar for Revival: Calvinism Should Cultivate Piety in the Christian Life by J. A. Medders

Interviews

The Canons of Dort

10 Questions with Joel Beeke

Deeper Roots by Dolf te Velde

Book Reviews

Reformed Christianity at Its Best by Douglas Van Dorn

The Doctrine on Which the Church Stands or Falls by Gary Steward

Evil Never Escapes the Good by Scott Christensen

Read the new issue today: Dort at 400.