In Defense of the Gospel
XULON Press, 2006 - 312 pages
The Lordship Salvation controversy continues to provoke debate across a broad spectrum of evangelical Christianity. For much of the last decade advocates of Lordship Salvation have dominated the forum. Few resources have been available to those who are alarmed over the spread of the Lordship interpretation of the gospel. A defense of the gospel has been sorely needed. This book is that defense! Lou Martuneac has dealt extensively with this subject since 1988. In this volume he answers many questions that comprise the debate from a balanced biblical perspective. Key Bible passages and major doctrines such as faith, repentance, and belief are studied in depth. Related issues such as Calvinism, carnality, discipleship, and contending for the faith are given serious consideration. This book is well researched, well organized, well documented, and clearly presented. This volume will be a valuable study and reference tool for the pastor, layman, or college classroom. - Publisher.
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