Tuesday, January 12, 2010

James R. White on Lordship Salvation

Lordship Salvation, which maintains that good works are a necessary consequence of being declared righteous before God, continues to be a hotly debated subject. Lordship Salvation proponents like John Macarthur continue to be accused of preaching a works-based Gospel, even among the Reformed camp. James R. White addresses the subject on a recent Dividing Line broadcast.

1 comment:

themaskilmind said...

thank you for sharing this. i have not heard of lordship salvation before, but am glad to get just a glimpse into what that means. now i will at least have some understanding of it if i hear it brought up.

thank you for the work that you are doing here with this blog.