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Holiness Outside the Church

The doctrine of justification in Holiness theology very much resembles the Roman Catholic Church’s position on the doctrine. Both Roman Catholics and adherents to Holiness theology believe that faith is necessary for justification and for receiving salvation. 357 more words

Bad Theology

The Humility Of Election

The biblical doctrine of election really does exist. It’s not my intention to spell it all out, for there are so many others who have done so in a far more exhaustive manner than I could. 520 more words

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The Romans Road, or the Roman Road?

As a Christian, the question of Roman Catholicism (and Eastern Orthodoxy) vs. Protestantism will come up at some point.  And in this post I will attempt, in brief and drawing heavily from the writings of wiser and more learned men than I, to assert that this question is actually a very important one.  1,223 more words

Christianity

On Copts, "Real" Christians, and Who's Saved

Our friends over at Pulpit and Pen have  ignited a proverbial firestorm this week.  As you’ve surely heard, 21 Christian men were savagely executed by ISIS in Lybia.   395 more words

Coptic

Who are the "Whosoever" of John 3:16?

Interestingly there is no “whosoeverwhatsoever in John 3:16.

Dr. James White illustrates the fact that “Pas ho pisteuwn” does not equal “ 173 more words

Doctrine

The 2015 National Prayer Breakfast: Twisted and Distorted Faith

The National Prayer Breakfast is an institution started in 1953 that developed out of prayer meetings by a group of senators during World War II. As religious practice has declined in recent decades and the American public has become further polarized on important religious issues (such as those outlined in the… 1,696 more words

Worship in Faith

Behold, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith.

Habakkuk 2:4

For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith.

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