Romans 4:4 ESV
Now to the one who works, his wages are not counted as a gift but as his due.
John Piper Responds to Don Garlington on the Imputation of Righteousness
It may be most helpful to begin by going straight to Romans 4:3-6 to show why I believe in the imputation of divine righteousness to the ungodly through faith alone apart from any works. In verse 3 Paul quotes Genesis&
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Abraham--Justified by Faith, Part 3
Let's look at Romans chapter 4, Romans chapter 4. The whole chapter is one unit, deals with the faith of Abraham. Abraham is Paul's great illustration of justification by faith. He has presented the ...
Scripture, Tradition, and Rome, Part 5
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ROME The Church finally set forth its views on justification in the mid-sixteenth century at the Council of Trent. Trent was Rome's answer to the Reformation, and much of...
Does James Contradict Paul?
Even though language can sometimes confuse us--like when the same word carries multiple meanings--the Bible is not contradictory.
The Faith - Grace - Certainty Connection
Your faith is called into being out of nothing. That is the meaning of grace and the reason why God can guarantee his promises to you.