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What's Good About the Good News?: The Plan of Salvation in a New Light

by Neal Punt

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The over-all message of the Bible is either: A) ALL PERSONS ARE OUTSIDE OF CHRIST EXCEPT THOSE WHO THE BIBLE EXPRESSLY DECLARES WILL BE SAVED; or, B) ALL PERSONS ARE ELECT IN CHRIST EXCEPT THOSE WHO THE BIBLE EXPRESSLY DECLARES WILL BE FINALLY LOST. Ever since the fourth century nearly all Christian theology has been structured on proposition A). This book marshals impressive Biblical evidence for proposition B). This insight has vast implications for many aspects of theology.

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