I’ve read multiple articles and papers on the five points of Calvinism but they all seem too simple and undefensible. They quickly turn into scripture mining arguments. A calvinist finds 5 verses. So the Armenian or Catholic finds 6 verses to refute them. So the calvinst then argues with 7, 8, 9 verse ad nauseam.
My question then is if there exist serious books that can not only argue Calvinism scripturally but philosophy/logically as well.
I don’t think Calvism at its core can be defended. As a Catholic I am still trying to understand synergism and molinism vs. Thomistic views but want to know if any serious calvinist (no James White suggestions need apply) has written scholarly and logical books about the tenets of Calvinism.