The sub-title of the book is “A Defense of the Reformation and a Rebuttal of Norman Geisler’s Chosen But Free.” I reviewed Geisler’s book in the July, 2001 issue of Aletheia to which I gave a favorable review because I like Geisler’s position. I have liked White’s material before, but I don’t hold his extreme […]
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Book Author: White, James R.
James White also authored The King James Only Controversy in 1995. This 1996 “Controversy” book is directed toward the continuing debate over how evangelicals should consider the faith of Roman Catholics. White follows the view that Catholics cannot be considered true believers if they are basing their faith on the Roman Catholic Church’s doctrine. White […]
This 1995 book follows somewhat the same subject matter as D.A. Carson’s 1979 book The King James Version Debate. Though, I think, Carson’s was more original and in a more scholarly tone, White has served the Christian public well by updating and putting this subject into a very readable form. White answers familiar critics such […]