Is a person truly saved if... in Salvation Forum Posted April 22, 2010 · Edited April 22, 2010 by Psalms18_28 · Report reply ...he believes he must believe in Jesus Christ and be baptized to be saved? ...he believes he can lose his salvation? ...he believes Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven for him, but isn't sure if He is for everybody? 1. It depends on how you see it: If a person's view is-- If he is not baptized, but believe in Jesus, then he is not saved because he have not been baptized yet. If he is baptized, but don't believe in him, more likely he is saved because baptism. -- These view does not make a person saved. Baptism does not save a person. ALTHOUGH, people do get baptism because their love for Christ therefore someone who don't believe in Christ would not get baptized in the first place. But how they view baptism is wrong. if you believe in him enough to obey him when he ask you a simple little task to express your faith , then it appears that you are saved. I think it is a problem when someone says "I believe in him, but I don't want to be baptize.I don't have to." I question that because if they face God right now, and he ask them to be baptize, are they actually going to tell God, "but God, I don't Wahhhnt to!" 2. No, because he lack faith in God 3. No, because he is being an elite (sp?) who think he is more important than all other sinners and he worshipping the wrong vision of God just like many other religions are doing. When God look down at us, he sees us all the same.