This book is a rare gem. It was written to help Christians come to a clearer understanding of and appreciation for 'the gospel of the grace of God'. Its author, drawing on the legacy of John Calvin, takes up and answers the following important questions: - What are the origins of Calvinism and Arminianism? - What effect had Adam's fall upon human nature? - Is God's grace in the conversion of a sinner invincible? - Who makes the first choice in salvation: Christ or the sinner? - Is the atonement limited in its design and scope? - Is it true that 'once in grace always in grace'? - How does Calvinism square with the love of God? - Do the fruits of Calvinism show it to be biblical?