I keep running into atheist arguments, many of which are arguments I’ve made in the past, that somehow no longer seem to shake my belief that there is a higher power in the universe and my recent conversion to the idea that that power is inherently good. 1,174 more words
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by Michael Kruger
As most readers know, there has been a long scholarly debate over what is known as the New Perspective(s) on Paul (NPP). This approach argues that “justification” in Paul does not mean what many Christians (especially Reformed folks) have always believed. 107 more words
“We believe that, to attain the true knowledge of this great mystery, the Holy Ghost kindleth in our hearts an upright faith, which embraces Jesus Christ, with all his merits, appropriates him, and seeks nothing more besides him. 1,793 more words
Sola fide is a historically Christian doctrine that came out of the reformation. It is a monergistic (something that God alone does) doctrine commonly known as “faith alone”. 1,454 more words
For Part 7, click here: The Faulty Foundations of Faith Alone – Part 7: Imputed Righteousness?
Or start at the beginning: The Faulty Foundations of Faith Alone – Part 1: God is a Trinity of Persons? 1,066 more words