Explaining salvation to someone seems as easy as reciting John 3:16 — until you read all the other verses about salvation and try to fit them all together. If salvation was such an easy concept to understand, the church would not have inherited five centuries of debate about the nature of God’s action in salvation and whether humanity needs to respond. And while we all want salvation to be simple enough to fit on a bumper sticker, many committed Christians who take the time to read all the verses on salvation find that there’s more to God’s majestic plan of salvation than the sinner’s prayer.In this series, we tackle the questions that have frequently come up in many of other series, including: What must one do to be saved? Can you lose your salvation? Were those who have fallen away ever saved in the first place? Can you keep your salvation during seasons of doubt? How can I be sure that I am saved? Is any effort or response required on my part for salvation? Is salvation free for all who choose God? What about all the verses that imply that God has chosen or predestined those He wants to save?
|Questions About Salvation – Part 1 (Introduction)||Download||PowerPoint||Transcript|
|Questions About Salvation – Part 2 (Tenses of Salvation)||Download||PowerPoint|
|Questions About Salvation – Part 3 (Regeneration – Faith – Justification – Adoption)||Download||PowerPoint|
|Questions About Salvation – Part 4 (Sanctification)||Download||PowerPoint|
|Questions About Salvation – Part 5 (Security and Assurance)||Download||PowerPoint|
|Questions About Salvation – Part 6 (Election and Foreknowledge)||Download||PowerPoint|
|Questions About Salvation – Part 7 (Glorification and Remaining Questions)||Download||PowerPoint|