Book Club Discussion: “Can I Be Sure I’m Saved” by R.C. Sproul

Can I Be Sure I'm Saved by R.C. SproulStarting today we will be going through R.C. Sproul’s book “Can I Be Sure I’m Saved.” You can download a copy of the book for FREE at the below link. It is a very short read with only 5 chapters. We will be commenting and discussing one chapter per week for the next 5 weeks. Join the conversation. The official conversation is on our Facebook Fan Page, however you are welcome to comment on this post as well.

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Crucial Questions Series by R. C. Sproul FREE FOREVER!!!

from May 21, 2013

To further help Christians know what they believe, why they believe it, how to live it, and how to share it, from today the eBook editions of R.C. Sproul’s Crucial Questions series will be free forever.

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