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Conversion begins with the gracious gift of new life and gives rise to a genuine faith and repentance that continue throughout the Christian life.

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This essay surveys the history of the doctrine of conversion from the early church to the present time, the Old and New Testament data surrounding the term and its usage, theological statements such as the Heidelberg Catechism and the Westminster Confession, and practical differences of this broader perspective of conversion with the revivalist usage of the term.

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