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Is “Once Saved Always Saved” Biblical? — 1 Corinthians 3:10-15

Fr. Gray Bean |
February 24, 2010 No Comments

Special Edition of Deep in Scripture – “Verse(s) I never saw…” Series

Marcus welcomes former Southern Baptist minister, Fr. Gray Bean, who is now a Roman Catholic priest. Fr. Bean looks at a few Bible verses that, as a Protestant pastor, he never “saw” or never considered. Discussion turns to assurance of salvation, Purgatory, the Sacrament of Confession, and the Sacraments.

Scripture verse: 1 Corinthians 3:10-15 (also, regarding Salvation, Romans 11:20-22Matthew 7:21, 24:13; Philippians 2:121 Corinthians 9:27Hebrews 10:26-27) and John 3:22 (also, regarding baptism Titus 3:4-7; 1 Peter 3:21-22; Colossians 2:12Mark 16:15-16), and John 20:19-23

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Fr. Gray Bean

Father Bean was reared in a Southern Baptist home in Alabama. His mother made sure that he attended church and learned the Bible. When he was 11, he gave his life to Jesus. In high school and college, the love of music caused him to drift away from practicing his faith. When he was 21 he had a major conversion back to Christ, which soon resulted in his hearing the call to ministry. After he was ordained a Baptist minister he began to work for an M. Div. at a Baptist seminary. There, in a Church History class, he was surprised to discover the early Church, complete with bishops, priests and the Holy Eucharist. This began a journey, which eventually led him to be a Catholic priest.

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