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A forum to discuss Salvation, Eternal Security and other topics that pertain to Salvation.

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  1. Heaven before Christ?

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  2. Saved or Savable?

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  3. Eternal Security

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  4. Forgiveness

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  5. How will you frame your reply?

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  6. What is the condition of being saved?

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  7. Salvation question

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  8. If someone gets saved?

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  9. Cowards-The Repentance Lie

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  10. Order of salvation

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  11. Salvation Doubts...

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  12. "Instant" Repentence

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