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Faith v Works? – 2

  In part one I talked about the confusion between the doctrine of justification by faith and the letter of James where he states that “faith without works is dead,” and “you must be doers of the Word.” The dating … Continue reading

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Faith v Works?

  Most Christians have a problem with the relationship between faith and works. Paul argues in Romans that we are justified by faith, and most believers come to faith listening to such arguments. Then when we become Christians somebody comes … Continue reading

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Don’t Even Touch it!

  Have you ever wondered why Jesus always seemed to be most critical of religious people, especially those who put a “hedge” about the Law? I suspect that the answer lies back in the book of Genesis. Back then there … Continue reading

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Jairus – An Unsung Hero.

This post is part of the thinking the unthinkable series. The name Jairus appears to be related to that of an Old Testament character called Jair briefly mentioned in Numbers chapter 32 verses 39-41:- “The descendants of Makir son of … Continue reading

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It Takes A Lot of Faith To Be An Atheist.

Recently, Alex Salmond, Scotland’s former First Minister caused a stir amongst atheists and other secularists when he stated that he preferred people of faith to those with no faith or who had lost their faith. Their reaction was all to … Continue reading

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