Since there are no other groups of Baptists that hold to Eternal Salvation as different from Time Salvation, I quote from Elder David Montgomery: ----source----->Proving Time Salvation---- written by Elder David Montgomery PrimitiveBaptist.org Time salvation is eternal salvation revealed, and lived by the child of grace. weak definition, I know, but, with my limited English vocabulary, not being born and raised in it, that is how I can best define it. The shortest word I can condense it in is : knowledge. knowledge derived from teaching. By ministers, by preachers, by teachers. Eternal salvation of the elect children of God, who are and have been in this time world for generations, before, during, and after the cross, in every continent, sub-continent, island and islet, archipelago and everywhere else the descendants of Noah spread out, is absolutely free of any human input: repentance, faith, etc. Human delineations divide them and separate them. Politics, geography, chronology, faiths, creeds, religions, these all divide them, and all these have been transcended by the grace and mercy of God, a truth which he demonstrated time and again to all generations for whom He gave and preserved His word by the way He dealt with Israel: For he remembered that they were but flesh; a wind that passeth away , and cometh not again . (Psalms 78:39). Time salvation is gospel instruction obeyed, adhered to, believed in. Unfortunately, while eternal salvation is absolutely unconditional in its eternal benefits, time salvation is not. Eternal salvation, having been authored by God Himself for those whom He chose from before the salvation of the world, demanded nothing in exchange for the grace and mercy extended. Time salvation on the other hand, requires PROOF of faith, WORKS meet for repentance, obedience and submission, but not without its compensations for such.