How do you reconcile Paul and James? The key is distinguishing between eternal salvation from hell, and temporal salvation from afflictions in this life.
Confession is an important part of the Christian life. But is it necessary to confess in order to be eternally saved? Dr. Bob Wilkin discusses Romans 10:9-10.
Do we need to persevere to the end of our lives in order to live eternally with God? The heart of the Free Grace movement as compared to Calvinism, Arminianism, etc.
GES2012 – Stan Toussaint delivers a message about how the Kingdom should be viewed as not yet here.
GES Conference 2007 – Prof Hodges presented an interesting Bible study on the meaning of “Living Water” in John 4. Here he argues for the “living water” as being the saving message of Jesus being the Christ, the one who grants eternal life to all who simply “drink” once, that is, believe in Him for
Zane Hodges delivers a message at the 2006 GES Conference on Propitiation as taught in 1 John 2:2. People do not go to the lake of fire to pay for their sin. According to Rev. 21:8 people go there because they are not in the Lamb’s book of life. According to John 3:16 we get
GES Conference 2007. Rene explains how the Bible does not teach that Saving Faith is a gift. Especially significant is his discussion of Ephesians 2:8,9 where he demonstrates that “faith” is not the gift spoken about in verse 9. God does not pick and choose who He decides will get saving faith, and damn the
Dr. Bob Wilkin delivered this message at the GES2005 conference. He explains how that since faith is how we are saved, confusion about faith is the most serious error possible. You cannot be saved, nor can you grow as a Christian, if you are confused about how a person gets saved.
Dr. Steve Lewis, President of Rocky Mountain Bible College and Seminary, preached at the Spring Bible Conference at Lake Hazel Bible Church in Boise ID. This was message 2 where he explains the basis for the eternal security of the believer.
GES Conference 1998 on Repentance – Repentance in Luke-Acts – Bob Wilkin shows that repentance as taught in Luke-Acts is not a requirement to obtain eternal life that must be added to faith alone. Repentance is also more than just a change of mind and involves work.