He says, "the evidence that you have truly repented and believed unto salvation is that you will continue repenting" [emphasis added]. Obviously, Washer understands repentance to mean pursuing holiness, amending one's ways and doing better. These things are the RESULTS of genuine repentance.A changed life is the FRUIT of true repentance, and not repentance itself.Paul Washer is effectively teaching works salvation.Paul Washer, as do Ray Comfort, Kirk Cameron, John Macarthur, and others, wrongly define repentance as a continuing change of life, i.e., a process. Biblical repentance is NOT something that continues; but rather, occurs once at the time of salvation. A changed life is the fruit of genuine repentance; not a part of saving-faith, nor a requirement to seal one's salvation.Salvation is either by works or grace; but it cannot be both. Washer deceitfully teaches that works are not necessary for salvation, but then he says that if you don't have works you're not saved.But let's say that a person comes forward or a person is out there with us in a park somewhere and they say, "Yes, I believe, I believe he saved me today." You should say, "Praise God!Ignorance of the Scripture is a dangerous thing, and Mr.Washer is woefully ignorant of Hebrews , turning the grace of God into a lie.
The growing process is NOT necessary for the birth to take place.
In this fool-headed video washer condemns the Romans Road (that is, showing a person how to be saved from Scriptures in the book of Romans). Washer calls it a manipulative practice, just like Ray comfort does.
Washer denounces conservative soul-winning Baptist evangelists as being stupid (and that's the exact word he uses in the following quote)...
Likewise, growing in holiness is NOT necessary to be born-again.
Whether a believer grows or continues in the Lord is totally irrelevant to salvation itself." But then, then, you should say, "Now listen to me very clearly.