God's righteousness resounds most fully in his freely having mercy on whomever he wills.
John Piper answers the argument that true love requires a freedom to choose.
“I do not consider my conclusions novel from a historical viewpoint. Nevertheless, with regard to both the righteousness of God and the election of men, the conclusions are not in vogue today, and so exegetical explanation and defense are needed” (p. 15).
The glory of the preeminence Christ is the ultimate goal of predestination.
The doctrines of sovereign grace are not overthrown by problems in Scripture. They stand firm and are the precious foundation of our deepest hopes.
A poetic reflection on the glories of God in the doctrine of predestination.
A commander's patient restraint complements his raw power to bring him more glory.
Is God behind the hardening of a person's heart?
John Piper discusses the doctrine of election and the hope that it gives for missions and evangelism.
- Called (Poems)
- What does Piper mean when he says he's a seven-point Calvinist? (Articles)
- I Am the Lord, and Besides Me There Is No Savior (Sermons)
- If the Lord Wills (Sermons)
- The Deep Riches and Wisdom and Knowledge of God (Sermons)
- All Things Are from God, Through God, and to God. The Glory Is All His (Sermons)
- The Triumph of Grace through Righteousness (Sermons)
- Free from Sin, Slaves of Righteousness, Part 2 (Sermons)
- How to Get a Camel through a Needle's Eye (Sermons)
- All Things for Good, Part 3 (Sermons)
- Christ Crucified, Our Boast (Sermons)
- What the Law Could Not Do, God Did Sending Christ, Part 1 (Sermons)
- Look at the Kindness and the Severity of God (Sermons)
- Do Not Destroy the Work of God (Sermons)