The Salvation Debate - Part 2

Is eternal life really a free gift? If so, why do good works matter at all? Is it possible for a true Christian to live a sinful lifestyle, or even to deny the faith? Matt Morton explores these challenging questions and more in a two-part series.

Tags: belief, calvinism & arminianism, faith, grace, predestination, salvation, salvation debate, works

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