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A follow up toThe terms "Perseverance of the Saints," "Eternal Security," and the phrase "once saved, always saved" are a bit fuzzy in my earlier question: http://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/3104/is-once-saved-always-saved-strictly-a-calvinist-view

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"Perseverence of the saints" is typically used by Reformed ("calvinist") types, whereas "eternal security" and "once saved, always saves" are used by others. The concepts are related but the groups typically eschew the other's understanding of salvific security

Which made me aware that I do nothead. I understand the differencegeneral concept behind them, but what are the differences between these two (or threevarious views or doctrines?) terms.

What is the difference between "Perseverance of the saints" as understood by Calvanists, and "Eternal Security" as understood by other groups?

A follow up to my earlier question: http://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/3104/is-once-saved-always-saved-strictly-a-calvinist-view

@Ray commented:

"Perseverence of the saints" is typically used by Reformed ("calvinist") types, whereas "eternal security" and "once saved, always saves" are used by others. The concepts are related but the groups typically eschew the other's understanding of salvific security

Which made me aware that I do not understand the difference between these two (or three?) terms.

What is the difference between "Perseverance of the saints" as understood by Calvanists, and "Eternal Security" as understood by other groups?

The terms "Perseverance of the Saints," "Eternal Security," and the phrase "once saved, always saved" are a bit fuzzy in my head. I understand the general concept behind them, but what are the differences between these various views or doctrines?

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