Faith Alone; The Evangelical Doctrine of Justification

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Saving faith justifies sinful humans before God, say the New Testament and historic Protestant teaching. And justifying faith, a work of God's grace and individual merit, gives saving faith, adds the Roman Catholic Church. "No." shout Martin Luther and his theological descendants. "Christians are justified by faith through God's mercy alone. To add our merit to God's grace destroys the gospel." R. C. Sproul solemnly warns Evangelicals to again hear that cry. Some Evangelical and Catholic leaders ignored the ...
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Saving faith justifies sinful humans before God, say the New Testament and historic Protestant teaching. And justifying faith, a work of God's grace and individual merit, gives saving faith, adds the Roman Catholic Church. "No." shout Martin Luther and his theological descendants. "Christians are justified by faith through God's mercy alone. To add our merit to God's grace destroys the gospel." R. C. Sproul solemnly warns Evangelicals to again hear that cry. Some Evangelical and Catholic leaders ignored the central issue of justification by faith in the document "Evangelicals and Catholics Together: The Christian Mission in the Third Millennium." That document is only one indicator, says Sproul, that Protestants are increasingly unaware of or unconcerned about this vital distinctive. After decades of scurrilous caricatures and misinformation, Roman Catholics and Protestants are finally speaking to each other, and this is revealing a greater variety of viewpoints within both camps. It is also revealing (a) how little most Protestants know about their own convictions and (b) with what great ease they find the concerns raised by the Reformation to be simply irrelevant. How can this be? Has Rome's position changed? In fact is has not. The Vatican II documents as well as the new Catechism of the Catholic Church reinvoke the theological position of the Council of Trent, condemning the gospel of justification by an imputed righteousness. If it is not Rome that has altered its position in favor of the gospel, then it must be the other partner that has moved from its earlier position.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780801010903
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/29/2000
  • Pages: 221
  • Product dimensions: 6.31 (w) x 9.34 (h) x 0.82 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2002

    as only dr. sproul can do

    this is one of the finest introductory books on the historical doctrine that split rome with the reformers... the book is concise and easy to read coming from an apt teacher who always seems to make difficult concepts easy to understand which is the true art of a teacher...this book should be read by all christians, especially evangelicals who have departed from their reformation heritage...this doctrine is, as luther said, that which the church stands or falls on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2001

    Back to the foundations

    R.C. shows how mainstream evangelicalism has forgotten its roots, and how many professing evangelicals have compromised the integrity of the Gospel based on faith alone in Christ alone by grace alone for the glory of God alone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2000

    Another good one from R.C.

    I'm an admitted fan of Sproul, and definately enjoyed this work. While not always the easiest of reading, it raises and addresses important issues about faith, grace, works, salvation, and justification. An excellent resource for those seeking a greater understanding of the underlying issues of the protestant reformation.

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