How Can A Sinner Be Justified Before God? The Catholic View

The term justification, means that act by which God declares sinners to be just in His sight. The English word justification comes from the Latin Vulgate, justificara, to make righteous. The Catholic Church defined justification on the basis of the Latin term, and not on the Greek term for justification, which is, dikaiosune, to declare … Continue reading How Can A Sinner Be Justified Before God? The Catholic View

Arresting Spiritual Madness

Sometimes when people come to faith in Christ Jesus they unwittingly believe there will be no more struggle with sin. But the Bible warns against this dangerous error saying, “Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall” (1 Cor. 10:12). The pastoral epistles contain many doctrinal truths about the state and … Continue reading Arresting Spiritual Madness