The Doctrine of Salvation and Free Agency with Dispensational Truths

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Xulon Press, 2004 - Religion - 72 pages
This book looks at the doctrine of salvation in the perspective of history and in its order. The issue today, as in ages past, is mans position relative to a sovereign God. The underlying fact is that regardless of the age or the covenant given by God to man, it has had no real impact on the free agency of man, whether in reference to Adamss innocence or his consciousness. The final and pinnacle factor brought forth in this study is to place free agency in its proper place as the graceful act of God, and not in retrospect of any will or nature of man. This has been a catastrophic error in Bible doctrine hermeneutics and in Christian belief today. We must learn to respect the Word of God for what it says and not for what we want it to say.

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Contents

Section 1
v
Section 2
vii
Section 3
ix
Section 4
11
Section 5
17
Section 6
29
Section 7
41
Section 8
49
Section 9
53
Section 10
61
Section 11
65
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