Of course, I don't believe there are two different ways to be saved. Yet, in using the Roman Road to point one to Christ, I was taught to read Ro 10:9, "Confess with your moth 'Jesus is Lord' and believe in your heart that God raised him fom the dead, you will be saved(NIV)." Then I was taught to move to 10:13 and suggest that he call on the Lord to save him. My question: Why can't we just stop at 10:9? Placing faith in the resurrected Chrsit and confessing him as Lord is said to be enough. What's the point of going on to v. 13? Wouldn't it be okay to read v.9 then simply ask, "do you believe this?" And "do you wish now to confess Jesus Christ as your Lord?" Maybe there ought to be some question like "Are you sorry for your sins and repent of them?" Or----are verses 10 and 13 directly related to each other and inseparable parts of the process? Release the hounds.