The contemporary church needs to take Jesus’ teaching on salvation far more seriously than it does. Alan Stanley shows that a proper understanding of salvation by faith and apart from works does not mean that our works are not critical for our salvation. In this powerful and deeply challenging book, Stanley argues that the notion of salvation presented by many churches falls short of what Jesus (and the rest of the Bible) teaches. Examining topics that are central to matters of salvation, Stanley’s work covers such questions as:
- Do I have to live a godly life to be saved?
- Can anyone be sure of salvation?
- What happens if I fall into sin or turn away completely?
- How did Jesus answer these questions?
This book is an important resource for Christians seeking a deeper understanding of what God requires from those on the narrow road.
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- Comprehensive study on salvation theology
- Preface by the author
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: Salvation is More Complicated than You Think
- Author: Alan Stanley
- Publisher: Paternoster
- Publication Date: 2007
- Pages: 224
About Alan Stanley
Alan Stanley received his ThM and PhD in New Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2003, he moved to Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia where he is a pastor and teaches the Bible at Mueller College of Ministries.