The question I am sharing today is one many people have. What does a person do who is trusting in Christ’s death and resurrection, yet lacks assurance? Lauri writes: I was raised in a Christian home by two beautiful Christian parents. I was “saved” at the young age of 6, but I began doubting my
An interesting question came from someone who happened to see one of my blogs: I came across Bob’s Sept 1, 2019, article. While I appreciate much of what Bob says, his statement in the last paragraph was puzzling to me: “Because of the cross of Christ, our sins and our works are not the issue.”
The fifth objection is that if “assurance is of the essence of saving faith” were true, then from AD 100 until 1517, almost no one was born again. This is not a Biblical argument. If we based our theology on this type of reasoning, then we certainly would not believe that only people who profess
In 2013 I was one of the authors of a four-views book on the role of works at the final judgment. In that book I suggested that Eph 2:8-9 says that everlasting life is by grace through faith and apart from works (Four Views on the Role of Works at the Final Judgment, Zondervan, pp.