With scholarship that is thorough yet accessible and a tone that is convincing but non-combative, Dr. Lightner explores the current confusion over such issues as: the vanishing concept of personal sin in our secularized society, the influence of New Age ideas on the deity of Jesus Christ, and the controversy over "Lordship salvation" among evangelicals.
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- Explores key contemporary issues that affect modern Christianity
- Written in a thorough yet accessible manner
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Praise for the Print Edition
Robert P. Lightner, in a very clear, concise, and uncomplicated way, has presented the essential truths of salvation.… Any reader will certainly come to a clear understanding of the nature of sin, of the person and work of Christ, and of the nature of the salvation which has been provided for all who receive it as a gift.
—J. Dwight Pentecost, Distinguished Professor of Bible Exposition Emeritus, Dallas Theological Seminary
- Title: Sin, the Savior, and Salvation: The Theology of Everlasting Life
- Author: Robert P. Lightner
- Publisher: Kregel Publications
- Publication Date: 1996
- Pages: 320
About Robert P. Lightner
Robert P. Lightner received his Th.D. and Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and Th.B. from Baptist Bible Seminary. He is currently Professor of systematic theology Emeritus at Dallas Theological Seminary, a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, and serves on the board of Bible memory Association International. A professor of all the doctrines of Systematic Theology, Dr. Lightner has authored twenty-three books, most of which are about these doctrines. Since the 1950s he has helped struggling churches and ones seeking a pastor by serving as interim pastor thirty-three times at twenty-four churches in Pennsylvania, New York, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Texas. His overseas ministries include work in Venezuela, Peru, Paraguay, and London (Spurgeon’s Tabernacle).