An Essay on the Extent of Human and Divine Agency in the Production of Saving Faith is an important work of Christian theology. The author, simply known as Essay, explores the relationship between human and divine agency in the process of salvation. This book is challenging and thought-provoking, yet accessible to readers of all backgrounds. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the history and theology of Christianity.
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