Perseverance and Apostasy
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an Argument in Proof of the Arminian Doctrine on that Subject
Albert Nash addresses the Calvinist doctrine of the Perseverance of the Saints, the belief that those who comprise the Elect of God will certainly be saved eternally, no matter into what sin they may fall. In Perseverance and Apostasy, he confidently contrasts the Arminian position, derived from the whole sweep of scripture from Genesis to Revelation. While he is very firm on his assertions, he is never vitriolic, but calmly maintains a scriptural position, backing up every point with chapter and verse. In the process he details the nature of apostasy, detailing the three distinct forms of this sad state (partial, total and final apostasy) along with generous resort to biblical and historical examples of each. He considers their cause and possible recovery, revealing the mortal danger of all who fail to maintain and improve the grace extended to them. Here is a deeply scriptural and carefully reasoned exposť of a long-running controversy. Code 6238; Price $23.99
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