Anyone Can Be Saved
A Defense of “Traditional” Southern Baptist Soteriology
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"Anyone Can Be Saved critically underscores the world's mission efforts. This book shows why God's sovereignty is left unaffected by the doctrine of the freedom of man and establishes the regeneration of the sinner as a result of repentance and faith. David Allen's chapter, 'The Atonement of Christ,' is again, in my estimation, an unanswerable argument for anybody who takes the Great Commission as a serious mandate from God. This book is essential reading."
--Paige Patterson, President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX
"At last a scholarly treatise of soteriology that clearly defines salvation as held and believed by the vast majority of Southern Baptists. I am so grateful that all are savable. I will keep this book close in order to pass it on to lots of seekers of truth. Thank God, Jesus saves all that repent and believe the gospel."
--Johnny Hunt, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock GA; Former President, Southern Baptist Convention
"American Evangelicals have long required a presentation of personal salvation regulated neither by dogmatic Calvinism nor its venerable combatant Arminianism. However, this requisite system must also be permanently grounded in Scripture while manifesting roots in Christian history, philosophy, and experience. Anyone Can Be Saved dares and succeeds in explicating a traditional Baptist soteriology that offers all Evangelicals just such a thoughtful, worshipful, and fruitful way forward. Highly recommended!"
--Malcolm B. Yarnell III, Author of God the Trinity; Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary