Mainstream Christian soteriology is the study of how God reconciles the separation between man and God due to sin. [4] Many Christians believe they receive the forgiveness of sins,[5] life,[6] and salvation[7] obtained by Jesus through his incarnation, life, innocent suffering, death, resurrection from the dead, and ascension.[8] Christian soteriology examines how an individual is miraculously saved by divine grace through faith in Jesus Christ, and reconciled to God.[9] Humankind was saved from both physical and spiritual destruction, the resulting condemnation of one’s sin.[10]

Taken from Wikipedia: Soteriology


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Your Identity in Christ by Scott Bushey
The Believers Faith in Christ by Scott Bushey
Our Salvation in Christ by Scott Bushey
Repentance” – Arthur W. Pink
I Can’t Repent” – Ichabod S. Spenser
Phoney Repentance, Abundant Mercy” – Roger Ellsworth
Conviction for Sin” – Gardiner Spring
The Difference Between True and Counterfeit Repentance” – John Colquhoun
The Fruits and Evidences of True Repentance” – John Colquhoun
Thomas Hooker and the Doctrine of Conversion” – Iain Murray
Irresistible Grace” – John Murray
Irresistible Grace” – Rev. Gordon Girod
Efficacious Grace” – Loraine Boettner
Arminian Errors” – Rev. William MacLean
The Disturbing Legacy of Charles Finney” – Michael Horton
Myth of Free Will” – Walter Chantry
God’s Sovereignty and the Human Will” – A. W. Pink
Experimental Salvation” – A. W. Pink
Arminianism: The Golden Idol of Free-will” – Augustus Toplady
Do you REALLY Believe that Salvation is by Grace Alone?” – Jeffrey C. Nesbitt
Lordship Salvation: Biblical or Heretical?” – William Webster
To Die is Gain” – Thomas Brooks
The Method of Salvation Through Jesus Christ” – Samuel Davies
The Call that Brings a Response” – Paul Helm
The Fall of Peter” – F.W. Krummacher
Kept by the Power of God” – William Romaine
Adoption” – John Murray
Faith and Assurance” – J.C. Ryle
True and False Assurance” – Thomas Brooks
How We May Know We are Born of God” – B.B. Caldwell
The Fear of Emotional Religion” – Norman H. Street
The Everlasting Covenant” – D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
The Almost Christian” – George Whitefield
Salvation by Grace” – Loraine Boettner
Everyman Must be a Theologian” – John H. Gerstner
To Come to Christ is not Man’s Willing or Running” – Wylie Fulton
Salvation – I Can Write On No Other Theme” – Wylie Fulton [Series]
Few Saved!” – J.C. Ryle
Living or Dead?” – J.C. Ryle
Infant Salvation” – Robert E. Davis
Chosen by God by B. Schwertley
Man’s need of Salvation by B. Schwertley
The Great Commission by B. Schwertley