Does this passage refer to eternal security? Is it an absolute assurance of eternal life regardless of what the Christian does? Eternal security, sometimes referred to as being “once saved, always saved” or the perseverance of the saints in the classical language.
1 JOHN 1:8-10; 2:1; 3:8-10: Can a Believer Lose His Salvation?
New Testament Bible scholars David Walls and Max Anders attempt to unravel this conundrum. The problem is, they are quite mistaken. We will look at their full argument, which sounds very biblically grounded, until the missing information is given.
Why Is Salvation for Christians a Journey, a Path, Not a Condition, or State of Being?
This shows that there is no such doctrine as ‘Once saved, always saved.’ After we accept Jesus as our Savior and Redeemer and dedicating our lives to God, we have only entered the path to salvation, not finished the race.
What Does the Bible Really Say About Born-Again Christians Losing Their Salvation?
For in the case of those who have once been enlightened and have tasted of the heavenly gift and have been made partakers of the Holy Spirit, and have tasted the good word of God and the powers of the age to come, and then [after that] have fallen away, it is impossible to renew them again to repentance
WHO CAN BE SAVED? The Disciples asked Jesus, “Who then can be saved?” – Mark 10:26
The disciples asked that question of Jesus. Who then can be saved? The Bible answers the question very fully and very plainly. The Bible tells us that there are some people who cannot be saved and that there are some people who can be saved.
WHY DOES 1 JOHN 2:2 Not Support Universal Reconciliation (i.e., Universal Salvation)?
There is one passage more than any other which is I appealed to by those who believe in universal redemption, and which at first sight appears to teach that Christ died for the whole human race. We have therefore decided to give it a detailed examination and exposition. “And he is the propitiation for our sins,... Continue Reading →
What Does the Bible Really Say About Salvation?
A price paid to buy back or to bring about a release from some obligation or undesirable circumstance. A ransom is a sum of money or a price demanded or paid to secure the freedom of an enslaved person. The basic idea of “ransom” is saving somebody from an oppressed condition or dangerous situation through self-sacrifice, such as a price that covers or satisfies justice. At the same time, the term “redemption” is the deliverance that results from the ransom.