Salvation Archive

Salvation in the Old Testament

Hank explains how people in the Old Testament were saved. http://www.equip.org

Ask Hank: What Must I Do To Be Saved?

Hank presents the Gospel in three steps: realize you are a sinner, repent of your sins, and receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

Those Who Have Never Heard The Gospel

Are those who have never heard the gospel eternally lost with no chance of salvation? Does God allow exemptions for

What Happens to Those Who Have Never Heard of Christ?

Hank answers the question, will those who have no knowledge of Christ go to Hell? www.equip.org

Don’t all religions lead to God?

Before answering this question, a word of warning is in order: Anyone who answers in the negative may well be ostracized for being narrow-minded and intolerant. That being said, my answer is, “No, not all religions lead to God, and it is incorrect and illogical to maintain that they do.” First, when you begin to […]

What distinguishes Christianity from other religions?

Christianity is unique among the religions of the world for several reasons. First, unlike other religions, Christianity is rooted in history and evidence. Jesus of Nazareth was born in Bethlehem in Judea during the reign of Caesar Augustus and was put to death by Pontius Pilate, a first-century Roman governor. The testimony of his life, […]

Can a woman be saved through childbearing?

In his first letter to Timothy, Paul says that “women will be saved through childbearing” (2:15). If this is the case, there must be more than one way to be saved. First, in the Jewish culture of Paul’s day, it was believed that if women died in childbirth it was a direct punishment for Eve’s […]

Does James teach salvation by works?

Critics of the Bible have long argued that the book of James contradicts the rest of Scripture in teaching “that a person is justified by what he does and not by faith alone” (James 2:24). Upon closer examination, however, the book of James, like the rest of Scripture, confirms that we are saved not by […]

Does Isaiah 53:5 guarantee our healing today?

The mantra “by his stripes we are healed” is repeated endlessly in Christian circles. However, these words extracted from Isaiah 53:5 focus on spiritual rather than physical healing. First, a quick look at the context makes it clear that Isaiah had spiritual rather than physical healing in mind: Christ “was wounded for our transgressions, He […]

Is there a difference between INDWELLING and INFILLING?

First, all members of true Israel are indwelt by the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:1–17; 1 Corinthians 12:13; Ephesians 1:13; 1 John 4:13). As such, the Spirit dwelt in Moses (Isaiah 63:11) as well as in Matthew (John 14:17), Joshua (Numbers 27:18), and James (see Acts 15). In every epoch of time, believers are regenerated and […]

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