David Wells discusses the doctrine of salvation from six perspectives: conservative, existential, God-is -dead,"neo-orthodox, liberation/revolutionary and Roman Catholic". Each of these schools of thought is explored in its views toward revelation and the work of Christ, its strengths and weaknesses.
David F. Wells is Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Other works include 'Revolution in Rome'. He co-edited 'The Evangelicals'. This book is the second volume in the Issues in Contemporary Theology series edited by I. Howard Marshall.