Charles Stanley Vs Charles Spurgeon | Do The Disobedient Remain Saved?

Which Eternal Security Teacher is wrong about the following question?

Is it possible for a Christian to altogether forsake the path of obedience yet remain saved?

Charles Stanley said:

You can’t sin and live like the devil down here and get by with it, even as a believer. The Bible says you will lose your reward, but you’ll be saved so as by fire. You won’t lose your salvation, but there’s a whole lot to lose, brother, by sinful living.

Charles Spurgeon said:

We detest the doctrine that a man who has once believed in Jesus will be saved even if he altogether forsook the path of obedience. We deny that such a turning aside is possible to the true believer, and therefore the idea imputed to us is clearly an invention of the adversary.

For numerous other contradictions between the big-name once saved always saved teachers, consult the 801 page book, The Believer’s Conditional Security, by Dan Corner. It can be purchased from http://www.evangelicaloutreach.org/evangelical-books.htm

Dan Corner has written stirring articles exposing and refuting Charles Stanley and Charles Spurgeon.

Read The Gospel According To Charles Stanley.

Read Charles Spurgeon Defense of Calvinism Refuted.