Is Faith Alone in Christ Alone Biblical?

Last week, I had an interesting conversation with a friend on Facebook. Both of us noticed many churches use the identifiable slogan, "faith alone in Christ alone." But what exactly does that mean? ¬†And is it biblical? My friend argued that simply because some groups summarize their position with a recognizable slogan does not mean... Continue Reading →

Did the Jerusalem Council Change God’s Law?

Who are the groups involved in Acts 15? We have the Jerusalem Council (v. 4), the Circumcision Party (v.1), the sect of believing Pharisees (v.5), and the new Gentile converts (V. 17-20). What is the debate about? There are two positions: The Judaizers say: The Law of Moses should be kept as part of salvation,... Continue Reading →

Did the Sabbath Change from Saturday to Sunday for Christians?

Did the Sabbath change for Christians? A typical response from an evangelical might be: "Yes, the old covenant Sabbath on Saturday was an ordinance of the old creation. Sunday, which is the Lord's Day, is the Sabbath of the new creation because Jesus rose from the dead." Is this biblical? Are there any passages from... Continue Reading →

God’s Law and Grace Are Harmonious

"To separate God's law from grace is to misapply both law and grace." Everyone who sins breaks the law; in fact, sin is lawlessness (1 John 3:4). For all have sinned and stand condemned before God (Rom. 3:23). The wages of sin is death (Rom. 6:23). Thus, all deserve God's wrath for breaking His law.... Continue Reading →

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