Category Archives: Anatomy of Salvation

Reconciled by His Death, Saved by His Life

Romans 5:10  For if when we were enemies we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved by His life. It is good for us that Paul chose to use … Continue reading

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Understanding “Rewards”

NOTE: You will find a list of over 50 Bible passage below, pertaining to how God rewards man. One of the great difficulties one encounters when considering eschatology is all the misunderstanding that is promoted by popular doctrine.  While I … Continue reading

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Saved When?

This article arranges the list of salvation passages found here regarding the question “Saved when?”.  The reader will note that some passages refer to salvation having been acquired or attained in the past, and some point to a salvation yet … Continue reading

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List of “Saved from What?” Passages

This article seeks to categorize the passages of scripture listed here–that is, those passages in the New Testament that use the words: save, saves, saved, or salvation.  I have sought below to group these passages into different categories regarding the … Continue reading

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Save, Saved, Saves, Salvation

What follows is a listing of almost every occurrence of the words, save, saved, saves, and salvation in the New Testament.  I have omitted passages that are obviously parallel accounts of a single event, such as in the gospels.  And … Continue reading

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Understanding Baptism in the Ekklesia

Perhaps few topics of Christian doctrine are more frequently and hotly debated than is baptism.  As with many other obsolete features of the ekklesia, it is widely misunderstood and misapplied by many today.  Just to frame this conversation, let me … Continue reading

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Saved from What?

This is a placeholder for an article to follow shortly.  Here’s an abstract of what is to come. Abstract If “salvation” in the Bible, or even in the New Testament, was as simple as many opine it is today, how … Continue reading

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Refuting Calvin: A Judgment Based on Works

Popular “Calvinist” doctrine takes a stance that Christians were taught by Jesus, the apostles, and prophets that “salvation” (by which they seem to mean “going to heaven”) was to be based, not on behavior/deeds/works, but upon one or more of … Continue reading

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