What is salvation? How does God work this miracle in our lives?
One of the greatest themes that challenges the mind of man is salvation. It is not a trivial subject; it is a matter of life and death. Many pastors and authors have attempted to expound upon it. Yet how difficult it is to comprehend God's grace that forgives all our sins every day and night, without preconditions, without works.
Scholar and theologian Charles Ryrie writes on the subject of salvation with humility and compassion. He brings clarity where there is confusion. While he quotes carefully and accurately from a wide range of authors, his final authority is the Word of God.
The gospel is the good news of the grace of God to give forgiveness and eternal life. So Great Salvation shows us that we can be confident of our salvation, certain we are forgiven by God, and sure we are destined for heaven.
About the Author
Charles Caldwell Ryrie (A.B. Haverford College; Th.M, Th.D, Dallas Theological seminary; Ph.D.,University of Edinburgh; Litt.D., Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor-emeritus at Dallas Theological Seminary and Distinguished Professor at Philadelphia College of Bible. He is annotator of the Ryrie Study Bible, Expanded Edition and author of many books, including Balancing the Christian life, Basic Theology, and The Holy Spirit.