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Written partly as a response to John Piper’s book, The Justification of God, this book by J. D. Myers provides three keys to understanding Romans 9 before examining Romans 9:10-24 in its context. As a result, the reader discovers the biblical truth about divine election, seeing that it is a beautiful teaching from Scripture which in no way impugns the character of God.
Scholars from all perspectives have debated Romans 9, arguing over corporate or individual election, whether or not God truly hates Esau, and how to understand the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart. All sides have accused the others of misrepresenting God.
In this book, J. D. Myers presents a mediating position. Gleaning from both Calvinistic and Arminian insights into Romans 9, J. D. Myers presents a portrait of God that looks like Jesus, and a view of election that inspires the reader to follow Jesus.
This book provides a way to read Romans 9 that allows God to remain sovereign and free, but also allows our theology to avoid the deterministic tendencies which have entrapped certain systems of the past.
Read this book and—maybe for the first time—learn to see God the way Paul saw Him.