How ‘No Works’ Works for You [Romans]

July 12, 2009

Rom 3.21-4.8

Our message is a summary of the section of Romans we have most recently covered in great detail. The one great theme of this passage is justification by faith alone, no works added. The purpose of this message is to tie all this teaching together with a particular emphasis on what faith without works means. All belief systems justify self on some basis – all but true Christianity do so on the basis of faith in works. Christianity is based on faith without works, or, perhaps better, faith in the works of Someone Else.

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One Response to “How ‘No Works’ Works for You [Romans]”

  1. Chris on July 13th, 2009 1:03 pm

    Hey Don,

    I taught on the identical passage this week in Sunday School. It will be interesting to hear what you have to say. Thanks.


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