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Zondervan Four Views on the Role of Works at the Final Judgement

Twenty-first century perspectives on a core doctrine and classic debate.

Four Views on the Role of Works at the Final Judgment takes up an age-old question: What must I do to be saved? Four leading scholars on the topic of the degree to which one's works will be considered at the final judgment.

Through a discussion of biblical texts, this book presents four perspectives, one from each scholar:

Robert Wilkin argues that works will determine rewards but not salvation. Thomas Schreiner argues that works provide evidence that one actually has been saved. James D.G. Dunn states that works provide the criterion by which Christ will determine the eternal destiny of his people, and lastly Michael P. Barber argues that works will merit eternal life at the final judgment.
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