Category Archives: Salvation

Matthew 25:40 – “the Least of These”

This month’s Christianity Today contains an article by Andy Horvath titled What You Probably Don’t Know about ‘The Least of These’ The article is of a kind whose content reveals confusion about the nature of faith. Here’s the money paragraph … Continue reading

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Forgiveness Requires Repentance

If this isn’t obvious to you, then you need to read this post. If it is obvious to you, you should marvel at the number of Christians, especially our Evangelical bretheren, who believe that repentance is not required for forgiveness. … Continue reading

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Is Faith an Expression of Gratitude for God’s Grace?

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith–and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God (Ephesians 2:8 NIV) Put in modern terms: For it is by grace you have been saved, because of your faith in … Continue reading

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Sacrifice, Atonement, and Grace – A Deeper Understanding

In John 8:31 Jesus advances His famous, somewhat puzzling phrase, “if you are my disciples then truth will set you free“. Later in chapter 8, we learn that the truth of which Jesus speaks frees us from sin. The question naturally … Continue reading

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