The work contains a biographical outline by the editor, Dr Alan C. Clifford THE TRANSLATOR Besides studying at various academic institutions in the United States since the 1990s, Dr Matthew Scott Harding (b. 1973) has also pursued post-doctoral studies on this side of the Atlantic: at Université De Genève from 2010-13 (Reformation Theology) and Regents Park, Oxford University in 2012 (British Reformation). Utilizing his wide-ranging linguistic skills (Hebrew, Greek, French and German), the present work originated as his Ph.D. dissertation: 'A Critical Analysis of Moïse Amyraut's Atonement Theory Based on a New and Critical Translation of a Brief Treatise on Predestination (Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014). Author of several articles and papers, Dr Harding's varied activities have extended his ministry to India and China. A member of several professional societies (including the Sixteenth Century Society, the American Society of Church History, the American Academy of Religion and the Calvin Studies Society), he currently combines a guest lectureship at Dallas Theological Seminary with serving as the Lead Pastor of The WELL Community Church, Argyle, Texas. Married to Jennifer, Dr and Mrs Harding have a daughter, Sarai and a son, Jonathan. THE BIOGRAPHER Dr Alan C. Clifford (b. 1941) has been interested in Amyraldian theology for many years. It emerged during his doctoral research, an in-depth study of Arminianism and Calvinism. His thesis Atonement and Justification was published by Oxford University Press in 1990. Author of several books, articles and papers (and a few hymns) on this and related themes (including biographies of Philip Doddridge, John Calvin & the Huguenots, and the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist preacher John Jones, Talsarn), Dr Clifford has been absorbed in Baxter studies in recent years. His latest book Richard Baxter: The Gospel Truth (Charenton Reformed Publishing, 2016) is a detailed vindication of the 'authentic Calvinism' affirmed by both Amyraut and Baxter. Married to Marian (with a grown-up family), Dr Clifford is currently Pastor of Norwich Reformed Church.