- James Pedlar Says "many salvos give more weight to the founders than they do to scripture."
- Russel Rook says "Grant’s forward-thinking salvationism has to be the way to go."
- Matt Clifton says "the idea of a ‘golden age’ is not without legitimacy."
- Carol Young says "Blocked old wells need re-opening and made accessible to a new generation if they contain life giving water."
I say - this argument will be settled once and for all when revival comes kicking and screaming into the labour ward that is primitive Salvationism. It's definitely not about bums on seat but it most definitely is about bums in heaven!
I do not see the post-modernist approach which is so popular with some within our movement winning souls on a scale acceptable to God or comparable with Pentecost or the 'golden age' of Salvationism.
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Yours under Christ and irrepressibly over the devil