New Book Debunks Controversial Predestination Theology

Predestination: The Pharaoh Account of Grace
Predestination: The Pharaoh Account of Grace


Contact: Joachim Acolatse, Jr.

Phone: (443) 374-7020

E-Mail: info@jabooks.com

Available from: AuthorHouse ( www.authorhouse.com )

Tuesday, February 25, 2014,

New Book Debunks Controversial Predestination Theology

Decatur, GA – In Predestination – The Pharaoh Account of Grace, Georgia author, Joachim Acolatse, makes an analytical, anti-theological, biblical treatment of predestination doctrine in perfect consonance with Scripture. It opens up understanding of predestination doctrine with a detailed explanation of God’s call, justification, and glorification of man; lays a sound biblical foundation to clearly understand Scripture consistent with John 3:16…’that whosoever believes on the only begotten son of God will not perish but have everlasting life;’ avoids the pitfall of equating God’s foreknowledge with his omniscience and the consequent dilemma that God predestinated, to eternal life, only those he knew from eternity would become believers.

Unlike theologians who have written volumes accusing God of having two wills, then trying to back away from that untenable position, Acolatse methodically analyzes Scripture and draws out the truth for edification. After studying this book, you will no longer accept Augustinian-Lutheran-Calvinist theology passing for doctrine.

Acolatse concludes that all controversies stirred up concerning predestination since the fourth century have been unnecessary and are laid to rest with knowledge accrued from study of this book. Without doubt, this is the definitive work on this subject and will be of tremendous benefit to clergy, lay leaders, academia, and through them, the general body of believers.

Acolatse is an ordained deacon under the able shepherding of Pastor E. Shadrach Deline, Nation of Christ Believers Fellowship Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and author of the acclaimed, Samson – God’s Mighty Man of Faith (2010).

Published by AuthorHouse, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.authorhouse.com/bookstore, Amazon.com, or by visiting BarnesandNoble.com.


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