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What is the mark of a true follower of Christ? What is the nature of repentance and faith? Is 'lordship-salvation' biblical or is it a distortion of the gospel given to the Church by Jesus Christ? While those who consider themselves 'reformed' in theology can all agree that justification is by faith alone, they do not all agree on the meaning of saving faith. How do we resolve these differences?
In Must Jesus Be Lord to Be Savior?, author and pastor William Webster forwards that the answer is found in clarifying the discipleship teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ and in looking at the writings of the major evangelical theologians throughout the history of the Church. Initially published in 1986, this republication of Webster's book examines the controversy surrounding 'lordship-salvation' in light of the teaching of Jesus Christ and that of eminent evangelical theologians throughout history, including: John Calvin, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Charles Spurgeon, John Stott, J.I. Packer, John Murray, A.W. Tozer, Charles Hodge, A.A. Hodge, R.L. Dabney, James Montgomery Boice, A.W. Pink, John Gerstner, Augustus Strong, Henry Thiessen, William Hendriksen and others.
Number of Pages: 117
Vendor: Christian Resources
|Publication Date: 2003|
Dimensions: 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 X 1/4 (inches)
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