15 THEOLOGY 40 QUESTIONS ABOUT SALVATION 40 Questions Series See page 33 for full series MATTHEW BARRETT 978-0-8254-4285-8 • $22.99 Paperback • 6 x 9 • 352 pages Christian Theology / Soteriology Kregel Academic Rights: World Available This new contribution to the very popular 40 Questions series continues the tradition of excellent research presented in clear, user-friendly writing. 40 Questions About Salvation makes sense of one of Christianity’s most disputed doctrines, covering the most common and difficult questions about election, the order of salvation, and the perseverance of the saints. This volume will help pastors, college and seminary stu- dents, and all Christians who want to grow in their under- standing of what the Bible teaches about salvation. Each chapter is succinct and readable, with a bibliography of addi- tional resources for those who wish to study further. “Barrett’s newest work on salvation is simply superb. . . . It is hard to imagine a better primer for students to become acquainted with the doctrine of salvation in Scripture.” —Thomas Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary “Barrett accessibly and faithfully presents what the whole Bible teaches about salvation.” —Andy Naselli, associate professor of New Testament and theology, Bethlehem College & Seminary “More than making an academic survey, Barrett assists readers in knowing, and thus worshipping, the God of our amazing redemption.” —J. V. Fesko, professor of systematic theology and historical theology, Westminster Seminary California Matthew Barrett (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is associate professor of Christian theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. His other publica- tions include God’s Word Alone. CONTENTS Part 1: Sin and the Need for Salvation Part 2: Salvation and Union with Christ Part 3: Election, Calling, and New Birth Part 4: Conversion, Justification, and Adoption Part 5: Sanctification, Perseverance, and Glorification