Grace in Focus – July/August 1997
The Uncertainty Principle
By Stan Nelson In 1927, German physicist Werner Heisenberg proposed what is known as “the uncertainty principle.” It says that both the position and velocity of a subatomic particle can’t be precisely measured at the same time. Measuring either one of these interferes with measuring the other. Certainty and Eternal Life Life is filled with
Why Some Calvinists Teach That Good Works Are a Condition of Salvation
Calvinists say that justification is by faith alone (sola fide in Latin). That is the view that God declares sinners to be in right standing with Him (“not guilty”) the moment they simply believe in Christ. Obviously, or so it would seem to the uninitiated, there is no place for works in justification in Calvinism.
Rediscovering the Joy of My Salvation: A Personal Testimony
By Becky Tidd I was only five years old when I believed that God sent his Son, the Lord Jesus, for me so that I might have eternal life. At that time in my life it was so simple and sensible because I knew I was not good enough to make it to heaven on