A study of thirteen different terms used in the Bible, all of which combine to convey the richness of a single concept: salvation. While explaining what each term means, the author points out how each of these facets of biblical salvation can be used when sharing the gospel.
“Kuligin’s book on salvation is a thoroughly biblical, balanced, and very practical study of the subject. I warmly recommend it as an introduction for those who are new to the faith and a powerful reminder for those who have been Christians for some time.”
—Douglas Moo, Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies, Wheaton College (IL); Chair, Committee on Bible Translation
“This is one of those books every student of the Bible wishes they had read at the beginning of their walk with the Master. Thirteen massive theological truths skillfully unpacked in a language every reader can understand and enjoy. The priceless diamond of God’s salvation is made to shine in splendor as the full light of truth sparkles in every facet. Kuligin is one of my favorite expositors and it is an honor for me to endorse a book I only wish had been around when I started proclaiming the message of God’s great salvation fifty years ago.”
—John Broom, Pastor, United Evangelical Fellowship, Fish Hoek, South Africa
“Kuligin is a rock solid theologian and master illustrator. In The Language of Salvation he brings theology to life with clarity and color. I heartily recommend this helpful treatment of biblical salvation to clergy and congregants alike. Pastors will preach better. Churches will understand better. Hopefully, we’ll all better appreciate what God has done for us in Christ. Without question an important book for the modern church.”
—Kenneth Carr, Senior Pastor, Christ The King Church, Batavia, IL
About the Author
Since 2010 Victor Kuligin has been academic dean and lecturer at Bible Institute of South Africa. Prior to this he performed the same duties at Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary. He is also a lecturer in an Open Distance Learning center for Northwest University, Potchefstroom, and a Supervisor for South Africa Theological Seminary, Johannesburg, both in South Africa. He holds his doctorate in systematic theology and master s degree in church history from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. His master s degree in biblical studies is from Wheaton College Graduate School.