An important distinction on justification, salvation and works

Yesterday, I wrote about a question that I often get asked: what is the difference between Catholics and Protestants. You can read the full post

Labelling people legalists might make pharisees of us all

There is a term that is, ironically, somewhat liberally thrown around Evangelical circles: legalism. Rarely, I think, do people actually use it correctly. Many seem

Our God doesn’t want us to make ourselves ill to please him, does he?

Monday marked the start of the month of Ramadan. Ramadan Kareem to all my Muslim friends. This is the month in which Muslims fast each

Sometimes there is just nothing you can do

If your church is anything like ours, you will know that it is most definitely not perfect. Lots of imperfect things regularly stare you in

No more to do for salvation doesn’t mean no more to do

If you are theologically Reformed, you will almost certainly recognise one of the five solas: Solus Christus (Christ alone). It is the view that we

The advance of the new legalism

I have previously commented that we have a surprising problem with gospel freedom. More often than not, it isn’t what the Bible says that seems

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