Saved without a doubt is one of the foundational texts from John MacArthur. He is able to cover the topics of God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility along with the passages often used to show one can lose their salvation and how when read in context there is no contradiction or issue with God’s power to save an individual. He makes it clear that we are also not robots, but have responsibility in the plan of God.
Although the entire text is about salvation and the tests Scripture outlines to ensure you are or are not a Christian, I did not see as much weaving of the Gospel message throughout the book for those struggling in this area. He does touch on it in a few different chapters, but felt it could have been woven more into the text as a Christian would never be weary of hearing the Gospel message over and over.
The book is an easy read and is rather short in general. I would recommend that anyone who has ever, which is everyone, questioned their salvation; this book is for you.
This is the first time I have listened to this narrator and enjoyed his reading of the book. Not a book that requires super strong narration like a non-fiction book might. However Tom was able to keep it going without the text being boring or monotone.