Grace in Focus – January/February 2011
Who Is the Lost Person According to Scripture?
The Answer Is Not As Obvious As It Seems While working on my new book, The Ten Most Misunderstood Words in the Bible, I learned an important lesson. Well, some might say I strayed off the path of orthodoxy again, but I prefer to think of it as finding truth in Scripture that just happens
Justification before God Is by Faith Alone, Completely Apart from Works
(Romans 3:26) By Zane C. Hodges1 The result of the death of Christ on the cross is that God can be righteous and justify the person who has faith in Jesus. The English necessarily obscures an obvious Greek word play, since the Greek words for righteous (dikaion) and justify (dikaiounta) are cognates joined in Paul’s
Making a Decision for Jesus?
By Ken White The other day I was pondering the common thinking among Evangelical Christians; specifically about how we believe that when we share our faith with a non-believer we need to push them for a decision or give them a chance to respond to the message of life. Actually, I agree with that belief,