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Will this be God’s first words to you when you die? Are you risking your eternal soul on the teaching that Salvation is gained through a 1-2-3 process of belief, confession, and an invitation to Jesus Christ to save you? Isn’t Salvation important enough to make sure you consider all the Biblical passages that teach how we gain eternal life?
What must we do to inherit Eternal Life? Be baptized and join a Church? Keep all the commandments? Love unconditionally? Be saved by faith alone? Do good works? ‘Follow Jesus’? (What does that mean, exactly?) Just be ‘good enough’? All of these and more? Or is it already predestined who is saved and who is lost?
This book is an attempt to reconcile many perplexing Biblical passages dealing with Salvation by formulating a Unified Theory of Salvation which reasonably incorporates all these passages and provides the opportunity to hear God say “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.” and not “I Never Knew You.”
“As a minister’s son and a Sunday school teacher I have been involved with Bible study many years. I routinely engage the class with what actually is the truth of scripture and salvation. As Pilate said to Christ, “What is truth?” We continually search the scriptures for truth don’t we? Kerry’s work challenges what I would consider conventional thinking about the truth of salvation. All of his work is straight from the Bible. Although I have known the verses many years, how they are assembled to create such a compelling argument about Salvation is quite unique. I am convinced Kerry’s work is accurate and challenges the most knowledgeable Christian to closely examine their thoughts and beliefs about Salvation. I sincerely believe the result will be an incredibly closer walk with God. After all, isn’t that what we desire the most?” - George Summerford, Charleston, SC