The below explanation related to eternal security (Once Saved Always Saved) will challenge most Christians beliefs and will even scare them. It did me when I first came across this truth. One of the issues is that we do not have the Greek tense of present ongoing. E.g. "believe" in English should be "keep on … Continue reading Once Saved Always Saved?
Can Salvation Be Lost Once It Has Been Given? Contents 1. Consequences of the Teaching “Once Saved, Always Saved” 2. Our Relationship with God 3. What Does the New Testament Say? 4. But He Who Endures to the End Will Be Saved 5. Verses Which Are Often Used As Counter-Arguments Against Apostasy 6. Common Reasons … Continue reading Apostasy – Salvation Lost
Let us consider several passages that speak of salvation — from varying “time” vantage points. Future Salvation In the Great Commission, according to Mark’s record, Jesus said: “He who believes and is baptised shall be saved...” (Mark 16:16). This passage speaks of the sinner who has never known Christ, but who learns of the Lord, … Continue reading The Word Tenses of Salvation