Three sorts of readers will find help in this book. In its serious discussion of basic issues, it will be useful to those (like Nicodemus) who are not yet converted but who are interested in thinking about and discussing philosophical and theological questions. The book concludes with an appeal for such persons to trust in Christ for salvation.
It will also challenge Christians who have been taught and have embraced an Armenian understanding of salvation to rethink their position in the light of the Scripture. A third group of readers who can profit from this book is made up of Christians who embrace the Reformed and covenantal understanding of salvation, but who need help in articulating the biblical basis for their faith.