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  • Author: Dr. Robert N WIlkin
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Introduction: One Judgment, Or Two?

The doctrine of the last days, eschatology, is closely related to the doctrine of salvation, soteriology. Unfortunately, errors in eschatology often translated into errors in the doctrine of salvation.[1]
For example, it has become common for Evangelical pastors and scholars to speak of one final judgment in which all people will be judged to determine whether they receive something they call final salvation[2] (or eschatological salvation).



[1] See Grant Hawley, “Dispensationalism and Free Grace: Intimately Linked, Parts 1 and 2” Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society (Spring and Autumn 2011).

[2] Nearly all who use the expression final salvation today suggest it refers to receiving the verdict that your works confirm or cause you to be finally justified by Christ at the final judgment. Final salvation is future and it is unknown. That is, you can’t know if you will end up spending eternity with Jesus or with Satan.



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