LORDSHIP SALVATION AND THE ASSURANCE OF THE BELIEVER
From the earliest days of Christianity, as seen in Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians, the effort of the enemy has been to add “works” or “the law” to the
gospel of salvation by grace. This book looks at current trends in that direction.
In particular the relatively recent teaching known as Lordship Salvation, has clouded and obscured the doctrine of salvation by grace alone through faith alone.
A critique of this doctrine and how it borders on being “another gospel” is the main focus of this book.
The doctrine of the assurance of the believer has also been undermined through this teaching. This book provides detailed answers to this important question also.
The author deals graciously with those who differ from him on this subject yet he ﬁrmly deals with that which would weaken or undermine the doctrine of grace. In the last days before the coming of
Christ we are exhorted to “contend earnestly for the faith” (Jude v. 3) and this book will help all believers to fulﬁl this holy responsibility.
192 Pages - Softcover - Author: Brian Reynolds