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The majority of Evangelical view is that once someone has accepted Christ as Saviour they are guaranteed salvation. But is it safe to assume that once we are saved, we are saved for always?David Pawson investigated this through biblical evidence, historical figures such as Augustine, Luther and Wesley, and evangelical assumptions about grace and justification, divine soverThe majority of Evangelical view is that once someone has accepted Christ as Saviour they are guaranteed salvation. But is it safe to assume that once we are saved, we are saved for always?David Pawson investigated this through biblical evidence, historical figures such as Augustine, Luther and Wesley, and evangelical assumptions about grace and justification, divine sovereignty and human responsibility. He asks whether something more than being born again is required so that our inheritance is not lost. This book helps us to deicde whether 'once saved, always saved' is real assurance or a misleading assumption. The answer will have profound effects on the way we live and disciple others....

Title : Once Saved, Always Saved?: A Study in Perseverance and Inheritance
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ISBN : 9780340610664
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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Once Saved, Always Saved?: A Study in Perseverance and Inheritance Reviews

  • Kyle
    2019-01-13 15:13

    Very good book on the subject!

  • Michael d'Offay
    2018-12-27 18:13

    Loved the book. Written with conviction and clarity.

  • Allen Lim
    2019-01-09 11:15

    A very interesting read on perhaps one of the most debated issues in christianity... Calvinist or Arminian... This book is strongly arminian in approach, and gives very good coverage on the historical and theological background for Arminian beliefs. The author also does take time to explain some calvinist arguements, but really doesn't do so in depth since this is not his goal (to debate). I guess this book is a good read if you want to get a fuller picture of both sides of the arguement... now to get my hands on a book which adopts the calvinist position... :)