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Saved by Grace alone-A Biblical Analysis of Lordship Salvation

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SAVED BY GRACE ALONE!
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A Biblical Analysis of Lordship Salvation


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Chapter 1Introduction
The Relationship Between GRACE and WAGES
The Relationship Between GRACE and DEBT
The Relationship Between GRACE and REWARD
The Relationship Between GRACE and MERCY
The Relationship Between GRACE and FREE JUSTIFICATION
The Relationship Between GRACE and BOASTING
Chapter 2The Relationship Between GRACE and WORKS
The Relationship Between FAITH and GRACE
The Relationship Between JUSTIFICATION BY GRACE and WORKS
The Relationship Between SALVATION and THOSE WORKS THAT PLEASE GOD
Chapter 3The Relationship Between GOD’S GRACE and ANTINOMIANISM
The Relationship Between GOD’S GRACE and LEGALISM
The Relationship Between GOD’S GRACE and LORDSHIP LEGALISM
Chapter 4What is the meaning of the term “Lord”?
How is the term “Lord” used in the New Testament?
What are the Old Testament terms for “Lord”?
How is Jesus addressed in the New Testament?
Chapter 5Regarding the Lordship salvation issue, how important is it to find the proper Biblical balance?
Can Christ be a person’s Saviour but not be a person’s Lord?
Can a person “make Christ Lord”?
When Christ is preached to the unsaved, should He be preached as Saviour only, or should He also be proclaimed as Lord?
What is the significance of Romans 10:9-10 in the Lordship salvation debate?
Chapter 6Can a true believer receive Him as Saviour but reject Him as Lord?
Does every true believer surrender to Christ’s Lordship?
Does a new believer understand the full implications of Christ’s Lordship?
Is Lordship Salvation is misnomer?
Can unsaved people surrender to Christ’s Lordship?
Chapter 7Can a believer in Christ be carnal?
Is it possible to misidentify an unsaved person by using the label of a carnal Christian?
Can a true believer continue in sin?
Can a true believer live, at least for some time, as an unsaved person?
Can the degree of fruitfulness vary greatly among believers?
Chapter 8Does the Bible give us specific examples of saved persons who did not surrender to God’s Lordship over their lives but rather rebelled against God’s Word and God’s authority?
Lordship Failures
Chapter 9Is there a danger in not making the proper Biblical distinctions between justification and sanctification?
What is the relationship between saving faith and sanctification or holy living?
Chapter 10What is God’s requirement for salvation? What must a sinner do to be saved?
Should we change the terms of salvation in order to promote holy living?
What is the distinction between a requirement for salvation and a result of salvation?
What is saving faith?
Conclusion
Chapter 11Other Links that Relate to This Topic
Supplemental
Material
Lordship Salvation Requirements – What do Lordship Salvation advocates say a person must do to be saved?   How does this line up with Scripture?

 

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