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Conversion: Not By My Own Choosing (2000)

by John M. Brenner

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The doctrine of conversion speaks of how we come to faith. This book examines conversion. This doctrine explains how God makes us his own and how he makes salvation our possession. Study includes considering our need for salvation; examining God's plan for salvation; our inability to come to faith on our own; the implications of conversion for the Christian's life; what the Bible says about falling from faith; the restoration of those who have fallen; and the various false teachings concerning this doctrine that have sprung up over the years.

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