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Red Flags

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by: Monty Collier
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Publication Date: July 21, 2021
Book Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Pages: 240
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Biblical Christianity is based on Scripture alone (Sola Scriptura). The Axiomatic starting point of Christianity is Sola Scriptura. This is the formal principle of the Protestant Reformation. The Bible alone has the monopoly on truth. All of the important questions men have concerning life are truthfully answered by Scripture alone.

From the Bible, we are taught that the chief article of Christianity is justification by faith alone (Sola Fide). This doctrine is the center of the system of Christianity. Sola Fide is the heart of Biblical-Christianity. It is not to be marginalized, diminished, or removed from the center. Justification by faith alone is the heart of the Gospel—it is the Gospel in its proper and saving sense.

If there was ever a red flag, it's a trained theologian claiming to be Reformed, claiming to be a Bible-believing Christian—yet who also claims that justification by faith alone is not the heart of Christianity. Show me a seminary-trained minister who thinks Sola Fide is not the chief article of Biblical Christianity—and I will show you a papist-whore. When snakes creep into Protestant churches and begin to teach that Sola Fide is important, but not that important, then don't be surprised when churches claiming to be Reformed begin to teach justification by faith and works under names like Lordship Salvation, the New Perspective On Paul, Federal Vision, and so on. This entire justification-by-faith-and-works movement, also known as Neo-Legalism, dominates our Protestant churches in the United States.
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When snakes creep into Protestant churches and begin to teach that Sola Fide is important, but not that important, then don't be surprised when churches claiming to be Reformed begin to teach justification by faith and works under names like Lordship Salvation, the New Perspective On Paul, Federal Vision, and so on. This entire justification-by-faith-and-works movement, also known as Neo-Legalism, dominates our Protestant churches in the United States.
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