Tag Archives: Legalism

Justification by Faith is Not Enough

The glorious truth of justification by faith is being rightly emphasized and popularized today by movements such as Together for the Gospel, The Gospel Coalition, and in southern Africa, Sola 5, an association to which I am glad to belong. … Continue reading

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The Temptation of Eve Is Really About Legalism?

Recently Crossway’s blog published some of Sinclair Ferguson’s reflections on legalism. A friend of mine passed on the link and here is some of the correspondence that followed. Good morning, Brother, Thank you for passing this link on to me. … Continue reading

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Good Works Aren’t All Bad

No true Christian depends on his own works in order to be justified before God. The Father did not elect anyone to whom He also will not give a feeling of abject hopelessness in his own righteousness (Matt. 5:3-4; Luke … Continue reading

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Putting Legalism to Good Use

Names matter because words matter. And the words that give us handles for our most common ideas are our mind’s best friends. Who can you turn to for help in communication but tried and true terms that have been invested … Continue reading

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