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The Biblical Doctrine of Salvation (Book Only)

An Introduction to Soteriology
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In "The Biblical Doctrine of Salvation," the Scriptures are studied to find God's method of forgiving sinners and bringing them into fellowship with Himself. The study is an Introduction to Soteriology, and covers the topics of mankind's sinfulness (and thus the need for salvation), God's sovereign election, the covenants (Abrahamic, Mosaic, Davidic, New) as God's revelation of His intention to save sinners, divine call to salvation, regeneration, atonement, redemption/deliverance, reconciliation, justification, and sanctification.
  • Syllabus: 8.5 x 11 comb binding, 130 pages

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Prescient and vital book February 17, 2017
Reviewer: Andrew Ter-Grigoryan from Bowling Green, KY United States  
There is no book that explains soteriology as cogently, including the need for Sanctified living according to Torah as the believer's compliance with Grace. As usual from TR, substance is everything, not style or fluff.

The only problematic part as far as I am concerned, is that the book early on takes a firm stance for Calvinist soteriology. I am far from the Bible student that anyone on the Torah Resource staff is, but there are and have been equally as faithful and as well trained reformed thinkers, who hold instead to Arminian teaching as the best (not to mention most compassionate) perspective explaining what the Bible teaches soteriologically. It may be many years till the Ruakh gives me the real answer.

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The Biblical Doctrine of Salvation November 8, 2015
Reviewer: Susan Lovejoy from Ocala, FL United States  
A wonderful resource that shows the divine plan of salvation throughout the scriptures.

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Best Salvation Teaching Ever November 29, 2014
Reviewer: Kimberly Sanford from Southfield, MI United States  
I have listened to this teaching in full three times and each time I glean new nuggets of gold.  Salvation is way more profound a gift than one even realizes.  Why do you need saved? What are you saved from?  What are you saved to?  Highly recommend this teaching.

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