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What is salvation? How does God work this miracle in our lives?
One of the greatest themes that challenges the mind of man is salvation. It is not a trivial subject; it is a matter of life and death. Many pastors and authors have attempted to expound upon it. Yet how difficult it is to comprehend God's grace that forgives all our sins every day and night, without preconditions, without works.
Scholar and theologian Charles Ryrie writes on the subject of salvation with humility and compassion. He brings clarity where there is confusion. While he quotes carefully and accurately from a wide range of authors, his final authority is the Word of God.
The gospel is the good news of the grace of God to give forgiveness and eternal life. So Great Salvation shows us that we can be confident of our salvation, certain we are forgiven by God, and sure we are destined for heaven.
Uses so many scripture verses and in their content Everyone who teaches Lordship Salvation should read this book. Great. Read from beginning to the endsPublished 3 months ago by don sisk
I read about Lordship salvation (book: The a Gospel According to Jesus) and was uneasy although the author of made some compelling points. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Anson
Mr. Ryrie takes a lot of doctrinal issues and simplifies them into a united systematic discourse using primarily scriptures that establishes and surrounds the Christians faith in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by gene
Ryrie has an extraordinary gift for revealing the profound weaknesses in an opponents position. In this case, he takes on the Discipleship Salvation of John MacArthur and his ilk. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Strum N. Drang
A classic, back-to-the-basics on what Jesus meant when He said, "Truly, truly I say unto you, whoever believes in me has eternal life." John 6:47Published 8 months ago by L.
Ryrie does a great job making salvation plain and simple, just as God intended it to be. He presents salvation crystal clear, and does not muddy the preverbial waters concerning... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jeremiah Buff
Really a classic work on the subject from a conservative theological point of view. If you are only going to read a handful of books on the subject this ought to be one. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Just An Opinion