Innovo Publishing, LLC Releases A Cultish Side of Calvinism by Micah Coate

Top Quote Innovo Publishing, LLC released A Cultish Side of Calvinism, a critical, Biblically-based exposé of the basic tenants and implications of Calvinistic theology. A Cultish Side of Calvinism is available now in the U.S. and internationally in paperback, hardback, Amazon Kindle, Apple iBook, and Barnes and Noble Nook editions. End Quote
    QuoteMicah presents a powerful and compelling argument for the drastic need of reforming the reformed theology.Quote
  • Memphis, TN-AR-MS (1888PressRelease) August 03, 2011 - Innovo Publishing, LLC released a new Christian title, A Cultish Side of Calvinism, written by Micah Coate. A Cultish Side of Calvinism is a challenging, biblically-based study of the incompatibility of Calvinism and Scripture. Coate's thought-provoking exposé is essential reading for those interested in the implications and practical application of Christian theology.

    In A Cultish Side of Calvinism, Micah challenges the reader to go beyond the rhetoric and understand the implications of Calvinistic theology. At its core, A Cultish Side of Calvinism is a systematic comparison between the theology of Calvinism as described by its leaders and classic cults as defined by leading Christian cult apologists. It is also a study of the incompatibility of Calvinism and Scripture. Through these straightforward comparisons, Micah presents a powerful and compelling argument for the "…drastic need of reforming the reformed theology."

    "At last, someone has the courage to tie Calvinism into the dark side where it originated. Great book, I enjoyed it!"
    -Dr. Tim LaHaye, Author, Minister, Educator, and Founder of Tim LaHaye Ministries in El Cajon, CA

    "Micah Coate, in his assessment of Calvinism, issues a warning about a dangerous side of this popular perspective increasingly faced by churches today. I, for one, am grateful for this warning."
    -Dr. Paige Patterson, President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas

    While Micah addresses the troubling issues of Calvinistic theology firmly and without apology, he nonetheless does so in a respectful and engaging manner, separating the doctrine and theology from the practitioner. He poses and address difficult questions, drawing heavily upon Scripture and widely recognized apologists: Are there any similarities between Mormonism and Calvinism in regards to their relation to orthodox Christianity? Are there similarities between Jehovah's Witnesses' doctrine and Calvinism? Can similarities be found between their leaders and those of Calvinism? Is it possible to find legitimate connections between the world of cults and Calvinism?

    "He sets before us a much-needed caution, lest we put any man's system of theology over biblical theology. You will find this book helpful to you, regardless of your theological persuasion."
    -Dr. Jerry Vines, Founder of Jerry Vines Ministries in Woodstock, Georgia

    "With great skill, submission and sincerity, Pastor Micah Coate has very faithfully brought to light a much-needed word regarding the pitfalls of a deficient and defiant craze with Calvinism. In this outstanding work, Pastor Coate weaves these victorious patterns through his discerning work to show real life in Christ alone, and through none other! When you read this captivating, clear work, it will bring certainty of conviction. This literary work will greatly mandate, motivate, and matriculate you in maturity serving the Master!!!"
    -Pastor Eddie Atkinson, Calvary Baptist Church, Beverly Hills, Florida

    "Micah Coate has done a remarkable job of exposing the underbelly of Calvinism. Everyone who feels himself drawn into the web of logic served up by Five-Point Calvinism should read this book. Every parent who has a child come home from college espousing Reformed theology should give him this book for Christmas. Like so many cults, Calvinism attracts people with the sweet candy on the apple (the glory of God), usually without ever exposing them to the rottenness inside the apple itself (double predestination)."
    -Dr. Dave Anderson, Professor of Theology and Biblical Languages and President of Grace School of Theology in The Woodlands, Texas

    A Cultish Side of Calvinism is available now in the U.S. and internationally in paperback (ISBN: 978-1-936076-83-3), hardback (ISBN: 978-1-936076-84-0), and Amazon Kindle, Apple iBook, and Barnes and Noble Nook editions.

    About the Author: Whether in a classroom or a church setting, Micah desires to present the claims of the Bible in relevant and honest ways. He makes the study of theology and religion practical and freshly engaging. Other than speaking and writing on theology, Micah is also building an archive of articles on politics and ethics emphasizing the place for common sense. His hunger to seek God's Truth in all spheres of life is captivating and exciting. Micah is married with one child. He enjoys music, art, and the outdoors. In his free time, he likes to work on his house.

    About Innovo Publishing, LLC: Innovo Publishing is a full-service Christian publisher serving the Christian and wholesome markets. Innovo creates, distributes, and markets quality hardback and paperback books, eBooks (Kindle, Nook, iPhone, iPad, ePub), audiobooks (CD & MP3), music, and videos through traditional publishing, cooperative publishing, and independent publishing models. Innovo provides distribution, marketing, and automated order fulfillment through a network of thousands of physical and online wholesalers, retailers, bookstores, music stores, schools, and libraries worldwide including Amazon, Audible, iTunes, Rhapsody, Barnes & Noble, Borders and many more. Innovo publishes Christian fiction and non-fiction books and wholesome books for all publishing genres. Visit Innovo at

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    Contact: Dr. Bart Dahmer
    Innovo Publishing, LLC
    Phone: 1-888-546-2111
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