I don’t use Facebook or Twitter. But Shawn does. He tells me that some people online are wondering why I or GES should be the arbiter of what Free Grace Theology (FGT) is and therefore who holds to FGT. Every person’s eternal destiny will be based on whether he believed the saving message or not.
The other day Shawn and I received the following email from BP who listens to our daily podcast: You said, “Well it is funny because I know some people in Free Grace circles who would say, ‘I know for sure I have everlasting life. It is simply by faith in Christ apart from works. I
Shawn was talking with a friend who takes online seminary classes. The man told Shawn he was a bit reluctant to raise Free Grace issues in his papers for class because the professor gives no indication that he is at all open to Free Grace Theology. Shawn’s friend told him that the professor is also
Bob and I were discussing the centrality of eternal security to the saving message. I have heard Yankee Arnold say “The gospel is eternal security.” He’s right. As readers of this blog know, Jesus promised believers eternal life: This is the promise which He Himself made to us: eternal life (1 John 2:25). Paul urged
A week ago (March 20) I received this excellent email question: I am re-reading The Ten Most Understood Words in the Bible. I am having a problem reconciling a statement you make in the book with the stance you have on grace alone for everlasting life. On page 22 you state, “If people have never