By David L. Allen,Eric Hankins,Adam Harwood
"Anyone will be Saved seriously underscores the world's venture efforts. This ebook indicates why God's sovereignty is left unaffected via the doctrine of the liberty of guy and establishes the regeneration of the sinner because of repentance and religion. David Allen's bankruptcy, 'The Atonement of Christ,' is back, in my estimation, an unanswerable argument for anyone who takes the good fee as a significant mandate from God. This ebook is key reading."
--Paige Patterson, President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, citadel worthy, TX
"At final a scholarly treatise of soteriology that basically defines salvation as held and believed by way of the majority of Southern Baptists. i'm so thankful that every one are savable. i'll maintain this booklet shut to be able to move it directly to plenty of seekers of fact. Thank God, Jesus saves all that repent and think the gospel."
--Johnny Hunt, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock GA; Former President, Southern Baptist Convention
"American Evangelicals have lengthy required a presentation of non-public salvation regulated neither by means of dogmatic Calvinism nor its venerable combatant Arminianism. although, this considered necessary approach should also be completely grounded in Scripture whereas manifesting roots in Christian heritage, philosophy, and adventure. Anyone might be Saved dares and succeeds in explicating a standard Baptist soteriology that gives all Evangelicals simply one of these considerate, worshipful, and fruitful method ahead. hugely recommended!"
--Malcolm B. Yarnell III, writer of God the Trinity; study Professor of Systematic Theology, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
David L. Allen (PhD, college of Texas at Arlington) is dean of the varsity of Preaching at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, citadel worthy. His guides comprise Hebrews (2010), Lukan Authorship of Hebrews (2010), Text-Driven Preaching (2010), Whosoever Will (2010), 1-3 John (2013), and The volume of the Atonement (2016).
Eric Hankins (PhD, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is pastor of First Baptist Church, Oxford, Mississippi. he's the first writer of A assertion of the conventional Southern Baptist realizing of God's Plan of Salvation (2012).
Adam Harwood (PhD, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is affiliate professor of theology, McFarland Chair of Theology, and editor of Journal of Baptist Theology & Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. His guides comprise The religious of Infants (2011) and Born Guilty? (2013).
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Anyone Can Be Saved: A Defense of “Traditional” Southern Baptist Soteriology by David L. Allen,Eric Hankins,Adam Harwood