If you have ever questioned the sovereignty of God, deliberate and obstinate choices men make, Divine selection or the will of man then grab a copy of this book, a cup of coffee and a highlighter.
The popular fiction writer, randy Alcorn aptly describes "meaningful human choice," in a honest critique of Armenian and Calvinistic stances. This theological battle has existed through the ages but the author discusses the advantages and disadvantages and the inspirational sovereignty of God. "God is at work in a broken world," he adds in a rather heavy theological discourse.
If you have a basic knowledge of the Armenian and Calvinistic views of choice then it would be helpful before diving into the pages of the author's thesis. If you are looking for an easy read, like the author's popular fiction series, then this may not be what you are looking for but if you are in a search to discover the mix of God's sovereignty with the choice and will of man then get ready as the author uncovers the thread of truth in the "whole Bible" of God's design for the human will.