Did Christ atone for the sins of humanity on the cross? Does God desire all people to be saved and direct his grace toward all people for that purpose? There are some Christians following a deterministic paradigm who believe this is not true. They believe God has predestined some people for heaven and many, or even most, for hell. The rising tide of Calvinism and its ""TULIP"" theology needs to be respectfully answered. Grace for All: The Arminian Dynamics of Salvation features a distinguished international panel of scholars to examine this controversy. These writers address issues such as election, free will, grace, and assurance. They make compelling scriptural arguments for the universality of God's grace, contending that Christ atoned for the sins of all people and that God sincerely offers forgiveness for all through Christ. This book strives to uncover the biblical position on salvation. We hope the reader will enjoy this stimulating series of articles on the Arminian perspective and that it will spur further writing and discussion. Grace for All: The Arminian Dynamics of Salvation is an updated and revised version of Grace Unlimited, a 1975 collection of scholarly articles assembled by the late Clark H. Pinnock of McMaster Divinity College. ""I cannot think of a more dangerous unbiblical teaching than Calvinism! I recommend this book highly. . . . I am so very glad Grace for All is back [as a new version of Grace Unlimited] and available to a new generation! It is a monumental work and has never been answered. The reader should buy one for himself/herself and buy one for each Presbyterian/Reformed minister in town and give it to him/her as a gift! To God be the Glory!"" --Terry L. Miethe, PhD, former Dean of the Oxford Study Centre, Oxford, England John D. Wagner is a Biblical Studies student at Trinity Theological Seminary. He holds a master's degree in Journalism from the University of Arizona and has extensive experience in writing and editing. Wagner is the editor of three theological works: Redemption Redeemed: A Puritan Defense of Unlimited Atonement by John Goodwin, Freedom of the Will: A Wesleyan Response to Jonathan Edwards by Daniel Whedon, and Arminius Speaks by James Arminius. Clark Pinnock (1937-2010), PhD, University of Manchester, was Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at McMaster Divinity College in Vancouver, Canada. His many books include The Scripture Principle, Reason Enough: A Case for the Christian Faith, and Three Keys to Spiritual Renewal.