Scripture seems to show two seemingly counter ideas of salvation: God desires for all people to be saved and God chose some people for salvation unconditionally before creation. This dichotomy tends to create confusion and urges some to draw a line in the sand, but Piper demonstrates in this theological essay that unconditional election does not contradict God's compassion and desire for all to be saved. These truths, indeed, go hand in hand.
Piper takes the reader of Does God Desire All to Be Saved? on a journey of greater knowledge of God to result in greater worship of Him and love for people. Along the way, he graciously responds to those who disagree and offers motivation to passionately proclaim the free offer of the gospel to all people.
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