Do we go to heaven after we die? Where do we spend eternity?
One of the most common mistakes in interpreting the New Testament is taking every reference to “salvation” to mean “salvation from hell.” But the vast majority of the uses of the word “salvation” refers to deliverance from the various afflictions in this life, such a death, disease, and persecution. The conditions for temporal salvation (repentance,
Is it possible for true Christians to fall away and become apostate? How do we properly understand the warning passages of Scripture?
What do we need to do in order to go to heaven and spend eternity with God?
Calvinism usually undermines assurance of salvation, because people can never be certain that they are among the elect. Is this view Biblical?
What is saving faith? Does it include works? Repentance? Good deeds? What does it mean to believe in Jesus?
Bob Wilkin answers common questions about Free Grace.
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.