The Ramifications of Our Salvation

John Rataczak, 2011


Very few people—even those who accept Christ as their savior—can speak knowledgeably about salvation. They are unfamiliar with the important concepts pertaining to it.

As a believer, it is important for you to share and describe your conversion experience. But beyond that, it is important to know what the Word of God has to say about salvation. The Ramifications of Our Salvation offers a Bible-based guide and introduction to the doctrines and concepts of salvation. In 35 chapters, it analyzes the foreknowledge of events, privileges, permanence, and practicality of salvation.

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Key Features

  • Provides an introduction to the doctrines and concepts of salvation
  • Analyzes the privileges, permanence, and practicality of salvation
  • Explains the importance of the Trinity to salvation

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About John Rataczak

John Rataczak was born in Columbia, Missouri, and raised in the St. Louis area. He was saved at an early age through the ministry of the Chatham Bible Church. God led John to become involved in full-time Christian work during his freshman year at Bob Jones University. Since that calling, he has earned a BA in Bible, an MA in pastoral studies, and a PhD in New Testament text (Greek). He has taught at three Christian colleges and two graduate schools, and his pastoral experience includes ministries in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Presently, he is the founder and sole proprietor of Eleutheros Books.


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