A Defense Of Calvinism And The Doctrines Of Grace by Charles H. Spurgeon
This e-book is a collection consisting of Charles H. Spugeon’s article A Defense of Calvinism and five sermons on the Doctrines of Grace. The sermons are titled: Human Inability, Election, Particular Redemption, Effectual Calling, and Final Perseverance. These titles he used were the common way of stating the 5 points of Calvinism. It was not until 1905 that the acronym TULIP started being used (see my article on the origin of TULIP here: http://wp.me/paiq3-fB).
There are those today that insist that Spurgeon was not a Calvinist (since his sermons were strongly evangelistic), but reading this book will leave no doubt of his commitment to reformed theology.