The Problem of Assurance

Thursday, 01 Mar 2012

Do you know if your name is written in the book of life? Unless your parents named you after a Bible hero like David, Sarah, Mary, or Abraham, how can you really know for sure? This is the so-called problem of assurance that most serious-minded Christians wrestle with at some point in their lives. There have been a number of different approaches taken to the issue. Puritan moral theology vigorously pursued "orthopraxy" or "right living" as the fruit of "orthodoxy," or "right believing." In relation to the ...

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