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By grace, through faith.  Or does Rome preach another gospel?

“Great hope has dawned; the Catholic Faith teaches not what we thought, and vainly accused it of[.]” Confessions of St. Augustine at Book VI, , 18. 2,933 more words

A Roman Catholic Contradiction


There is a tough text in Romans 2 that comes up often in the debate with Roman Catholics on whether a person is justified by faith, or by faith and works. 2,581 more words


The Faith Key

Romans 4:1-12

4 What then shall we say was gained by Abraham, our forefather according to the flesh? 2 For if Abraham was justified by works, he has something to boast about, but not before God.  652 more words


Through Faith Alone // The Book that Sparked Reformation

Justification by grace alone may be the most famous sola of the Reformation. It creates the main barrier between Catholics and Protestants. Do we contribute good works to our justification? 129 more words

Bible Study

Why do I believe in credobaptism?

Regular followers of this blog will know that I am a Reformed Baptist. That is, I believe in reformed soteriology, the doctrines of grace and believe that baptism ought to be by immersion for those who can testify to their belief in the gospel. 913 more words

Sola Fide (Faith Alone)

Message preached by Pastor Joshua Wallnofer during the First Northwest Florida Reformation Conference in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the reformation.

Reformation 500

Why the World Desperately Wants the Doctrine of Justification (But Doesn’t Realize It Yet)

Session 2 | Sola Fide

From The Gospel of Grace and Glory: The Reformation at 500 and Counting held by RTS Charlotte and Christ Covenant Church. 17 more words