This article explains the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints.
This article relates the teaching of the perseverance of the saints to another Calvinistic doctrine, the doctrine of election. It explains further this relation, noting the role of man and the role of God in the process of perseverance, the possibility of backsliding, the danger of relying on external conduct as a sign of election, and the insecure ground of belief on which Arminianism stands.
This article discusses the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints, and its connection to the practical questions and challenges in a believer's life.
Is Hebrews 6:1-8 contrary to the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints? After studying some keywords from this text, the article argues that the passage meets the people of God at their greatest need by wooing them to draw not away from, but deeper into the gospel for greater assurance of salvation and confidence in their salvation.
Is it possible for a true believer to lose his salvation? How should we read and understand the promise of Revelation 3:5? Should this text be read as a support for the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints? The author wants to demonstrate that a good reading of this passage does not include the possibility of the loss of salvation.
The article explains the teaching of the perseverance of the saints. There are some verses in Scripture that seem to contradict each other on this topic. These verses must be read and understood in their proper context. Examining these verses, the author affirms the perseverance of the saints as being of great comfort to the believer.