He that prays only when he prays with others, would not pray at all, were it not that the eyes of others are upon him. He that will not pray where none but God see him, manifestly doth not pray at all out of respect for God, or regard to his all-seeing eye, and therefore doth in effect cast off prayer.

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Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism

This is an excellent look at the history and theology of Calvinism. The debate really centers on the issue of free-will of man versus the depravity of man. Although Calvinism is a term associated with the Reformers, the debate over free-will and total depravity goes back to the early church. This video traces these doctrines from the early church to the present. The video shows how the church has always battled against the heresies of free-will theology and how the church has always considered it a serious threat to the gospel.