Eternal Security Revisited: A Dialogue With Charles Stanley

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iUniverse, 2004 - 148 páginas
Scriven believes Charles Stanley to have brought out one aspect of the Eternal Security Debate in a clear, methodical, and convincing way. Thus, his text is the one Scriven has chosen to enter into dialogue with. Scriven say 'his text' because Scriven means to critically engage Stanley's argument for eternal security, not his person or his relationship with Christ. In this text, Scriven shakes the foundation of the traditional debate and argues that the Doctrine of Eternal Security is not valid as the exclusive biblical presentation of Christian Salvation.

Through all of the prior discussions of Eternal Security in the fifteen years since Stanley's book came off of the presses, no sustained dialogue exists between teachers of the bible on a mass public scale that has not fallen into mere debate, rebuttal, parting, or an occasional renunciation of one or the other position.

Instead of a search for the other's renunciation, reconciliation should be the goal of believers in any exchange--most of all, exchanges regarding the believer's security in salvation.

 

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Introduction
1
The Question At Hand Revisited
17
Adoption Is Adoption Forever? Revisited
31
Signed Sealed and Delivered Revisited
38
For Those Who Stop Believing Revisited
47
He Who Believes Revisited
59
Faithful To the Faithless Revisited
67
The Case of the Disobedient Believer Revisited
79
What Do We Have To Lose? Every Second Counts
88
The Unpardonable Sin Falling From Grace Revisited
100
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