What You Need to Know About Salvation
Bad news first: everyone is born lost. Now the good news: Jesus saves! Simple enough. But today's secular and new age optimism blinds many to the reality that we need a Savior. And even some who come to Christ don't...
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Bad news first: everyone is born lost. Now the good news: Jesus saves! Simple enough. But today's secular and new age optimism blinds many to the reality that we need a Savior. And even some who come to Christ don't fully understand the stupendous treasure God gives when He saves them. What You Need to Know about Salvation will fortify your confidence in the salvation you've received and help you experience more of its infinite riches. You'll thrill at the drama of redemption as it unfolds through Scripture: the glory of creation, the tragedy of sin and the Fall, the provision of salvation in Jesus Christ, and its application today through the Holy Spirit. And you'll be moved to worship your Savior and share the good news with others.
12 lessons you can complete in under one hour each Real-life application of biblical truth Explanations of prominent Christian views on the topic Easy-to-teach resources, including previews and summary features Questions for discussion Core teachings on Christianity that will challenge any seeker, new believer, or veteran believer looking for a stronger foundation
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Max Anders (Th.M. Dallas, Th.D. Western Seminary) is the Senior Pastor of Castleview Baptist Church. Dr. Anders is the author of 22 books, including the best-selling 30 Days to Understanding the Bible, and a ten-volume series entitled What You Need to Know About. In addition, he is the original developer and general editor of The Holman New Testament Commentary and has contributed to volumes on 1 Kings, Proverbs, and Galatians to Colossians. A former college professor and adjunct seminary professor, as well as instructor with Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, he is listed in Who's Who in the Midwest.