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Historical insights - Anselm alone

The History of Justification by Faith Alone up to the Reformation

Thomas R. Thompson

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In reading Church History it’s clear that apostasy happened early. Christians added onto the Gospel – “another gospel” was being taught, from leading a moral life, to being baptized, to believing the creeds, to maintaining unity with the Bishop of Rome. 604 more words

Church History

Quote of the day - John Wycliffe

A Reformation Fore-runner who taught Faith Alone  

John Wycliffe (AZ Quotes) 

“Trust wholly in Christ; rely altogether on His sufferings; beware of seeking to be justified in any other way than by His righteousness. 34 more words

Pilgrim's Progress Revisited

The Safety-Net of Sola Fide

The Protestant doctrine of Sola Fide originates from the time of the Protestant Revolt, and was created by Revolutionist Martin Luther. It is one of five “Solae”, the others being: 2,740 more words

Catholic

Obedience: A Gift of God's Grace

This is a continuation of our series on “A Call to Obedience,” how a Christ-follower should respond to his commands.

Obedience does not earn us the status of children of God and heirs to his kingdom.  534 more words

Christianity

Why Hanegraaff's Conversion is Not Really a Big Deal (But It Should Be)

Introduction

As I mentioned earlier, on April 9th, 2017, Hank Hanegraaff, long time host of the Bible Answer Man radio program and president of the… 1,683 more words

Evangelicalism

If you only had 30 minutes with a person, what would you say?

Bela Bartok’s famous last words are poignant and full of pathos:

The sad thing is that I leave with so much to say.

Bartok left behind unfinished works and his final words suggest he had more to offer still.

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April Spotlight! Faith Alone: The Evangelical Doctrine of Justification

Status: Available

Book Description

The Reformers broke with the Roman Catholic Church when they insisted that people are justified by faith alone. Today, many Protestants fail to grasp that keystone of faith, and yet the biblical, Reformation view of the doctrine of justification is vital for us to grasp the power of the gospel and proclaim it far and wide. 118 more words