Tag Archives: Theology

The Law, Then and Now: What About Grace?

Theologians often talk about the laws given to Israel (from the Ten Commandments to the ceremonial temple laws) in the Old Testament as the Law of Moses. But do Christians have to follow all these laws? Are Messianic Jews who want to maintain their heritage will still believing in Christ required to follow them? John B. Metzger dives deep into the Bible’s descriptions of the Law of Moses and the “Law of Messiah” Paul mentions in Galatians to answer these questions.

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Enjoying God

Sproul did a fantastic job of selecting topics for Enjoying God. If you are looking for a basic introduction to theology and apologetics, I would recommend this book.

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What Is Reformed Theology? Understanding the Basics

People in the church tend to view Reformed Theology in one of two ways: either they have no idea what it is about or they see it as harsh and robotic. In his book, R.C. Sproul attempts to present an overview of Reformed Theology.

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(Book review) Faith Alone

R. C. Sproul’s Faith Alone is an excellent, in-depth history and analysis of the difference between the Roman Catholic and Reformer views of the doctrine of justification. The Reformers’ beliefs stand firm in the idea that faith is all a sinner needs to be saved, but good works will surely follow if the faith is true. This means justification is only obtained through Jesus’ sacrifice and God’s grace.

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