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Beyond Calvinism & Arminianism : an inductive, mediate theology of salvation

Autor: C Gordon Olson
Editorial: Lynchburg, VA : Global Gospel Publishers, 2012.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : 3rd ed., expanded, rev., & updatedVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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This book presents a unique view of salvation, one which falls in the middle of Calvinism and Arminianism. It deals with the errors found in Calvinism and Arminianism, and resolves polarized views. It provides a theology of assurance and eternal security in Christ, and a simple solution to Hebrews 6. It approaches Scripture with an inductive, bottom-up approach, not deductive. There is given an exegesis of 1000  Leer más
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: C Gordon Olson
ISBN: 9780962485077 0962485071
Número OCLC: 826174785
Notas: Previous ed. published under title: Getting the gospel right : a balanced view of salvation truth.
Descripción: xii, 467 p. ; 23 cm.
Contenido: What Is a Mediate Theology of Salvation? Part I: The Foundations of Salvation Established. What Is Meant by God's Sovereignty? --
Whatever Happened to God's Image in Humanity? --
How Did World Redemption Dawn before Christ? --
Is Christ's Passion More than an Atonement? --
Part II: The Terms of Salvation Clarified. Why Must Proclamation Be on God's Terms? --
What Must I Do to Be Saved? --
How Can the Dead Believe? --
How Can Salvation Be Instantaneous? --
Are We Saved by Discipleship? --
Is Baptism Essential for Salvation? --
Is Christ the Only Way of Salvation? --
Part III: Eternal Salvation Assured. Can We Really Have Full Assurance? --
Why the Struggle with Eternal Security? --
Is the Bible Ambiguous about Eternal Security? --
Can Security Problems Be Resolved? --
Why Not Believe in Security? --
What Other Errors Has Arminianism Spawned? --
Part IV: Calvinism Inductively Examined. Does the New Birth Really Precede Faith? --
Does Depravity Really Imply Total Inability? --
Did Christ Really Die for Every Sinner? --
Is Foreknowledge Really Selective? --
Are We Chosen to Salvation or Appointed to Service? --
Is Predestination Really in the Bible? --
Has God Really Determined Each Person's Destiny? --
Is God's Calling Really Irresistible? --
Part V: A Middle Way Confirmed. Were There Really Middle Ways in History? --
Which Theology Really Supports Global Witness? --
Is a Middle Way Really Cogent? --
Does It Really Matter?
Otros títulos: Beyond Calvinism and Arminianism
Responsabilidad: C. Gordon Olson ; foreword by Tim LaHaye.

Resumen:

This book presents a unique view of salvation, one which falls in the middle of Calvinism and Arminianism. It deals with the errors found in Calvinism and Arminianism, and resolves polarized views. It provides a theology of assurance and eternal security in Christ, and a simple solution to Hebrews 6. It approaches Scripture with an inductive, bottom-up approach, not deductive. There is given an exegesis of 1000 quoted Scripture passages. The theology of salvation given in this book is gracious and non-legalistic, and is evangelism and missions friendly. --from back of book

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