September 6, 2020 | 0 comments
Follow up Questions from today's message from Romans 3:1-24:
1. Why are we all so prone to try to get right with God by our own good works? What sin is at the root of this?
2. The Roman Catholic view is “infused” justification or “Faith + Works = Justification.” The Protestant view is “imputed” justification or “Faith = Justification + Works.” Why is this distinction crucial? How would you defend it biblically?
3. What practical blessings result from the biblical view that justification is God’s judicial action, not a lifelong process?
4. Someone argues, “It’s not just for God to declare the guilty as innocent with no promise or effort to change on their part.” How would you answer him from Scripture?
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