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Nineteenth-century preacher Charles Spurgeon may have surprised some when he delivered this sermon on the doctrine of election. Though predestination aligned with Spurgeon’s denominational beliefs as a Particular Baptist, it was still an unpopular sermon topic. Spurgeon tackles it head-on in this sermon, however, providing support from both scripture and theologians who came before him. Contemporary Christians—whether they believe in predestination, free will, or some middle ground between the two—may be edified by Spurgeon’s bold discussion.

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