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The Meaning of Salvation


James L. Fleming 2005

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From the Preface: In presenting this study of the meaning of salvation I have sought to make a popular presentation, free from unnecessary technicalities of the schools. Nevertheless, I have thought it necessary to re-examine many of the fundamental doctrines of the faith and present them afresh in the language of our own day. Therefore, since it would be somewhat of a waste of time merely to rehash popular religious ideas, I have felt it necessary to put old truths in such a new setting as will enable the reader to enjoy them from a fresh viewpoint. In doing this I beg the reader to remember that I have pursued these studies with pious regard for the traditions of the Christian church. I have made no effort to originate some novelty in Christian teaching. The whole object in presenting this work has been to deepen the understanding of old truths.—Charles Ewing Brown


  • the Need of Salvation
  • Sin as Transgression
  • the Fundamental Quality of Sin
  • the Basis of Salvation
  • Things that Accompany Salvation
  • the First Crisis of Redemption
  • Difficult Texts Explained
  • Healing in the Plan of Salvation
  • the Danger of Losing Salvation
  • How to Keep Saved

Product Details

  • Title: The Meaning of Salvation
  • Author: Charles E. Brown
  • Publisher: Gospel Trumpet
  • Publication Date: 1944
  • Pages: 200

About Charles E. Brown

Charles E. Brown was a lecturer in Christian Doctrine at Anderson College and Theological Seminary. He also authored Can We Talk with the Dead?, Christian Science Unmasked, and Reds and Religion.

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