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He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
As a kid I really enjoyed school. My favorite part of the day was recess, of course. I attended Park Avenue Christian school, and every afternoon at one thirty our teachers led us across the road to the playground so we could let our energy out. Recess wasn’t the most educational part of the day, but it’s often […]


Biblical basis and justification of the Bridge Strategy in effective evangelism and outreach
Why don’t we just “give people the Gospel"? Why make a starting-point at other topics, including those relating to contemporary culture such as films? The use of the Bridge Strategy is biblical as well as practical: our example is the apostle Paul. Look at how he communicated with his Greek listeners on Mars Hill: Acts 17:16-34.


Faith alone - a Christian perspective
James seems to argue that it is not by faith alone that we are justified, rather it is by our works that we are justified.


Justified by faith - a Christian perspective
How are we justified before God? Not by following the law--we're not even capable of obeying the law perfectly. Rather, we are justified through faith in God.


Justification - a Christian perspective
Everyone has fallen short of the standard required to stand before God, but we receive justification as a free gift--through faith in Jesus Christ.


Justified - a Christian perspective
Following the law can never justify us before God. But following Jesus brings the justification that legalism can never offer.


Module 310: William Tyndale | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module to accompany A Lively Description of Our Justification from An Answer Unto Sir Thomas More’s Dialogue by William Tyndale.


Romans 5:1-11 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Here is the image of our loving and graces God who transcends the bounders of our sin to give us His Grace.


Romans 1:16-17 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Thesis statement, the Main Theme of Romans. This passage is the nuts and bolts of Romans where in one sentence Paul sums up his Epistle and his life.