By Perry B. Cotham

[Editors note: Most of this series is word for word from the tract by Bro. Cotham. There have been a few changes for clarity purposes. I printed out the entire verses in many places where he just offered the scripture reference. I removed a section that was mostly repititious. And I used the NASB in place of the KJV or ASV in my quotations. cs]

All responsible people must be converted to the Lord or be lost. Without conversion, one cannot enter the kingdom of heaven. Jesus said: "Except you be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven" (Matthew 18:3).

Although People generally believe in the necessity of conversion, many misunderstand what it is, how it is accomplished, and when and where it takes place. To answer these questions we must turn to the Bible, which makes the process of conversion clear.

This study will answer the following questions.

  1. What Is Conversion?
  2. How Is One Converted?
  3. When Is One Scripturally Converted?
  4. Do Religious People Need Converting?
  5. What Is The Evidence Of Pardon?

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