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Theology Matters with the Pellews

Last night, I had the honor of discussing the differences between the Roman Catholic Church and the Protestant bodies with Doug Beaumont on Theology Matters with the Pellews… 90 more words

Original Material

Post tenebras lux

by Mike Ratliff

The Doctrine of Justification by Faith alone, or sola fide, was the key of the Protestant Reformation. Its recovery was from the darkness created by the dominance of man-made religiosity, which held that justification was accomplished through faith plus good works. 1,106 more words


The Baltimore Catechism on Faith

There is a short and sweet treatment of faith in the first Baltimore Catechism that throws into clear relief the difference between the Protestant and Catholic views of this virtue. 733 more words

Sola Fide

Through Faith, Not Works

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Are good works required for salvation or is faith alone sufficient?

I cannot understand how someone who not only (supposedly) reads the Bible but claims it to be their sole deposit of faith can deny or downplay the role of good works in salvation. 703 more words



This final video makes a point that is near and dear to me.


Justification by Faith

Undoubtedly the greatest of all biblical doctrines is that of justification by faith. Martin Luther insisted that justification by faith alone is “the article upon which the church stands or falls.” In the midst of the hopeless, fallen condition of mankind, God’s mercy and grace in justifying sinners rises as the shining pinnacle of hope for all of creation. 3,996 more words

Day 2 - October 2nd - Sola Fide

Understand God’s Work through the Reformation

Sola Fide: Justification by Faith Alone

Scripture Reading

“Behold, as for the proud one, His soul is not right within him; But the righteous will live by his faith.” Even so Abraham believed God, and it was reckoned to him as righteousness. 903 more words

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