A little over a year ago the Lord mercifully spared our home, which is about 30 miles from Galveston, from a hurricane. We did evacuate, and when we evacuated, the Lord gave me a week long break from normal duties, during which I wrote the bulk of this review of Terrance L. Tiessen’s book, Who Can Be Saved? The review will appear in the spring 2007 issue of Trinity Journal, but I have received permission to post a pre-publication draft here.
Does the Bible Teach Inclusivism? A Review Essay of Terrance L. Tiessen’s, WHO CAN BE SAVED?
By JMH on September 25, 2006 in Bible and Theology, Books, Cultural Engagement, Evangelism and Apologetics
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