Way of Righteousness
Publisher: Kerygma Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long
Norman Shepherdâ€™s views on covenant theology, justification, and Gospel and Law have sparked vitriolic controversy in Reformation Christianity. His definition of saving faith â€” a submissive, penitent, obedient trust, which has nothing whatever to do with manâ€™s merit, virtue or performance to curry Godâ€™s reward â€” has been met not only with disagreement and opposition but also with recrimination and anathema. Faith alone justifies, teaches Shepherd, but that faith is active in hanging onto the promises of God in Jesus Christ and in submitting to His will. The present work is an exploration and elucidation of saving faith according to the Old Testament, to Jesus, to James, to Paul More...
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