Kindle edition of The Doctrines of Grace in an Unexpected Place: Calvinistic Soteriology in Nineteenth-Century Brethren Thought

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You may purchase the Kindle edition of Mark R. Stevenson's The Doctrines of Grace in an Unexpected Place: Calvinistic Soteriology in Nineteenth-Century Brethren Thought for £2.18 on Amazon UK. Given that the hardback version is £49, I can make do with a copy on Kindle. It is also available on Amazon USA for $2.99.
 
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PaulCLawton

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You may purchase the Kindle edition of Mark R. Stevenson's The Doctrines of Grace in an Unexpected Place: Calvinistic Soteriology in Nineteenth-Century Brethren Thought for £2.18 on Amazon UK. Given that the hardback version is £49, I can make do with a copy on Kindle. It is also available on Amazon USA for $2.99.
I for one would be interested in a review if you find the time, having spent several years at a soteriologically-Calvinist brethren assembly (one of the books "blurbers" was the preaching elder) and being aware at the time that most Bible Chapels are consciously Arminian and dispensational.
 

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I for one would be interested in a review if you find the time, having spent several years at a soteriologically-Calvinist brethren assembly (one of the books "blurbers" was the preaching elder) and being aware at the time that most Bible Chapels are consciously Arminian and dispensational.

I will keep my eyes peeled for any reviews. Most of the Plymouth Brethren over here would, from what I can gather, lean towards evangelical Arminianism while, at the same time, adhering to a form of "once saved, always saved" eternal security.
 

PaulCLawton

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I will keep my eyes peeled for any reviews. Most of the Plymouth Brethren over here would, from what I can gather, lean towards evangelical Arminianism while, at the same time, adhering to a form of "once saved, always saved" eternal security.
Right, from what I recall, the pillars were really: no distinction between pastors and elders, "once saved always saved", dispensationalism, weekly Lord's Supper, anti-denominationalism, and head coverings - so at least they have one thing quite right.
 
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