Book Review: The Language of Salvation: Discovering the Riches of What it Means to be Saved, by Victor Kuligin
While leading a weekly Bible study in Namibia, Victor Kuligan saw that Paul’s letter to the Romans described salvation in rich, multi-faceted ways often missed in the modern church. Out of that conviction, he has given to us this marvelous little book, The Language of Salvation, outlining 13 different facets of the jewel that we call salvation.
Most, if not all, of the concepts that the author outlines will not be new to any knowledgeable evangelical, but Kuligan has provided a fresh look at the doctrines related to salvation by asking the reader to see them as all being of one piece. Thus, he would call us away from seeing salvation primarily in terms of, for example, the biological language of regeneration, the courtroom language of justification, or the family language of adoption. Instead, he wants us to hold all of these portrayals of salvation together in order to see the riches that God has given us in Christ.
While the book is doctrinal in nature, Kuligin seeks to be…Continue Reading