What is Salvation?

Salvation is the redemption of humanity to a right relationship with God, achieved through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It involves forgiveness of sins, spiritual rebirth, and the promise of eternal life. Bible believers believe salvation is a gift from God, by grace through faith, not of works (Ephesians 2:8-9).

Once saved, the person is always saved, eternally secured, and cannot lose salvation no matter what sin is committed in the future. Therefore, Bible believes reject any belief that attacks repentance, the sinner’s prayer, and the free gift of salvation. We also reject salvation by works, Calvinism, “quick prayerism,” “easy believism,” “lordship salvation,” and “sinless perfectionism”.


Acts 2:38 teaches baptism for salvation?

Can a Christian sin and lose his salvation? 

Does faith alone produce works?

Does James 2 teach works for salvation?

Does John 3:5 teach baptism for salvation?

Does Romans 6:3-5 prove water baptism?

Don’t repent of your sins and be saved?

Is water baptism necessary for salvation?

Once saved, always saved?

Repent or stop sinning to get saved?

What does “the unrighteous cannot inherit heaven” mean?