Olson, Roger E. Against Calvinism. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2011.
Olson takes a rather hard line on this topic. At one point, he claims that he could not worship God, if Calvinism was true! However, his book is an excellent biblical and philosophical critique of Calvinism.
Klein, William W. The New Chosen People: A Corporate View of Election. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2001.
Allen, David. Steve Lemke. Whosever Will: A Biblical-Theological Critique of Five-Point Calvinism. Nashville, TN: B & H Academic, 2010.
The best chapter in this book is the critique of limited atonement. Specifically, the authors demonstrate that John Calvin, Martin Luther, and various other reformers did not hold to limited atonement.
Palmer, Edwin H. The Five Points of Calvinism. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1972.
Sproul, R. C. Chosen by God. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House, 1986.
Boice, James Montgomery, and Philip Graham Ryken. The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2002.
Erickson, Millard J. Christian Theology: Second Edition. Grand Rapids, MI. Baker Books. 1998. “Chapter 40: The Extent of the Atonement.”
Hilario, Conrad. “For Whom Did Jesus Die? Evaluating Limited Atonement.” Xenos Christian Fellowship.
Rhodes, Ron. “The Extent of the Atonement: Limited Atonement versus Unlimited Atonement.” Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries.
Allen, David Lewis, and Steve Lemke. Whosoever Will: A Biblical-theological Critique of Five-point Calvinism. Nashville, TN: B & H Academic, 2010.
Palmer, Edwin H. The Five Points of Calvinism. Grand Rapids: Moelker Printing, 1954.
White, James. “Was Anyone Saved at the Cross?” Alpha and Omega Ministries.
Boice, James Montgomery, and Philip Graham Ryken. The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2002. Chapter Five: “Particular Redemption.”