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Learning About Eternal Security with Clement of Rome

May 22nd, 2024 | 36 min read

By Camron Bendfeld

From her earliest days, the issue of apostate Christians has demanded the attention of the Church. Whether it be due to the gruesome tortures threatened under Emperor Domitian’s reign or the lure of modern comfort in 21st-century America, it has always been around. Within Protestant Christianity, there is no shortage of debate regarding what to make of these Christians. Have they lost their salvation? Are they still saved even though they remain unrepentant? Or does their apostasy prove that they were never true converts to begin with? All important questions, the answers to which, for many, constitute a core piece of the salvation message.

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Camron Bendfeld

Camron Bendfeld is a student at Wayland Baptist University.