Justification by Faith Alone
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This week we continue our discussion on the New Testament book of Galatians — a letter that the Apostle Paul wrote to Church in Galatia. This study helps to understand how your salvation from sin is a gift from God Himself. Paul uses a legal term, “justification.” This means although one is sinful or has sinned God, the Father declares that person righteous—as if he or she has never sinned. Christ made this provision possible when He died on the cross for everyone — Christians, Jews, Hindus, Moslems and everyone else in the whole world. Take a look at this week’s program to learn more about justification.
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Religion and Biblical Languages
Russell, Glenn; Milosavljevic, Filip; and Charles, Richie, "Justification by Faith Alone" (2011). Scriptural Pursuit. 36.