- Wed, Mar 27, 2013
- Doctrine and Theology
If a person enters into a relationship with Jesus Christ, shouldn’t there begin a transformation in their life?
If a person enters into a relationship with Jesus Christ, shouldn’t there begin a transformation in their life? Yet I read in your book The Grace & Truth Paradox and have been told by other people that “good works don’t save us, and bad works won’t kill us.” I strongly believe in eternal security, but I fear that some are going to stand face to face with the Creator of the universe and he will say, “I never knew you.”
It is quite amazing how often the term “legalism” comes up when there is a serious discussion about ...
The Bible speaks of two separate judgments: the judgment of faith, and the judgment of works. The judgment of faith determines our inheritance, whereas the judgment of works determines our recompense.
- Mon, Jan 18, 2010
- Christian Life
Are not love and hate diametrically opposed to each other? Are we to have self-hate towards ourselves?
In your questions you are actually asking about issues related to sanctification, therefore I would like to discuss the issue of sanctification in general, and hope to answer you along the way.