Acceptable to God without Being Saved?

Saul's encounter with Jesus on the Damascus road is usually discussed from a theological grid that is unsupported by the historical record preserved in the Scriptures. Saul never called himself a convert; he was righteous before he trusted in Jesus; his faith didn't change from what it had been before, nor did his zeal for God. He was already acceptable to God before he trusted Jesus. More

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About Dale Taliaferro

Dale Taliaferro has been teaching the Bible in churches, on university campuses, in business conference rooms, and in homes - both in the U.S. and overseas - since 1970. In addition he served as senior pastor in a Bible Church in Dallas for seven years. He is the founder of Equipped for Life Ministries, an organization dedicated to teaching Christians how to live in light of the resources they have in Jesus. He studied at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon and at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas. He holds a doctorate of ministry as well as two master degrees in theology and ministry. He and his wife, Waunee, live in Dallas, Texas, and have two grown children who love the Lord.

About the Series: Studies on the Love of God
This series of books shows how God's love addresses man's greatest needs from the time of Adam and Eve onward, enabling all men wherever they may be found and in whatever culture they are living to walk with Him in righteousness. No religious group has an exclusive way to God because all men come to God through Jesus.

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