Does God sovereignly elect some individuals for salvation while passing others by? Do human beings possess free will to embrace or reject the gospel? Did Christ die equally for all people or for some? These questions have long been debated in the history of the Christian church. Answers typically fall into one of two main categories, popularly known as Calvinism and Arminianism. Mark R. Stevenson, in The Doctrines of Grace in an Unexpected Place, focuses on establishing how one nineteenth-century evangelical group, the Brethren, responded to these and other related questions.