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No Holiness, No Heaven! Antinomianism Today Paperback – October 1, 1986
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The author makes very good and important points but he makes too many Absolute statements which are not true. These statements are primarily in chapter 8, 'His For Ever', where presents tests of true salvation. These are good tests, but not infallible.
I've selected an example of incorrect reasoning from chapter 11, p. 82: "...every Christian is subject to chastisement in this world. It is inevitable." Correct, but the author goes on the say, 'It is also an infallible sign of sonship.' This is where he errors since it implies that if someone believes they are being discipline that is evidence that they are truly saved. God will discipline His own, but He may also discipline evil in others as part of His plan. A lack of discipline is a sign that a person is not a child of God, but discipline (which can be rather subjective in itself) is not an absolute sign of sonship.
Many good points, but watch for logical errors.
I highly recommend reading The Whole Christ: Legalism, Antinomianism, and Gospel Assurance-Why the Marrow Controversy Still Matters for a fuller picture of the Gospel and the Christian's relationship to the Law.
A must read for any Christian that wants to clearly understand Grace, Salvation, Regeneration and what it means. A life changing theology for any believers. Well written!