The below explanation related to eternal security (Once Saved Always Saved) will challenge most Christians beliefs and will even scare them. It did me when I first came across this truth. One of the issues is that we do not have the Greek tense of present ongoing. E.g. "believe" in English should be "keep on … Continue reading Once Saved Always Saved?
Let us consider several passages that speak of salvation — from varying “time” vantage points. Future Salvation In the Great Commission, according to Mark’s record, Jesus said: “He who believes and is baptised shall be saved...” (Mark 16:16). This passage speaks of the sinner who has never known Christ, but who learns of the Lord, … Continue reading The Word Tenses of Salvation