Hello, I am looking forward to buying one book on Election and one on the Trinity but I don't know which to choose for my self (money is not a problem). I have studied to refute arminian proof texts from John Gill's The Cause of God and Truth, Jame White's Potter's Freedom, and essays on monergism.com. I never read an exclusive book on Election, however. That's because there has been only one year that I came to believe in the doctrines of Grace. I should say that I'm not looking for a very superficial book on those subjects nor for a very hard one either (e.g. one a Doctor of Divinity would be studying for his/her thesis). I was able to understand Whites book quite well. ELECTION: I was told that R.C. Sproul's Chosen By God is a great book on the doctrine of election. So I researched amazon in order to buy it and found Pink's The Doctrine of Election and Piper's The Justification of God: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Romans 9:1-23 . What are the pros and cons of these? Is there any important info. I should know before choosing one or the other? Is there another book I should consider, classic or contemporary? TRINITY: I own and have read Dr. James White's Potter's Freedom and his book on Islam. So I'm somewhat familiar with his writing style and I liked his apologetics stance and understood his books well. James White's The Forgotten Trinity received great reviews on amazon. Another great apologist is Dr. Gordon Clark of whom I have not read any books or essays but found his work on amazon entitled "Trinity/Trinity Papers: No. 8." What are the pros and cons of both? Is there any important info. I should know before choosing one or the other? Is there another book I should consider, classic or contemporary?