I Never Knew You - Paul Washer - AG Uncut
Some have called Matthew 7:21 the most frightening passage in all of Scripture. Paul Washer explains how we should properly understand this warning from Jesus through a proper view of faith and works.
“Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does t...
Justification by Faith (Samuel Blair) - The Whole Counsel
Samuel Blair was a godly minister and used by the Lord in the Second Great Awakening. He was also a teacher. Blair was much heavier on the doctrine than the application.
Blair’s sermon is entitled “The Gospel-Method of Salvation” and his text is Romans 10:4: “For Christ is the end of the law for...
Is Repentance a Work? - Justin Peters - AG Uncut
Justin Peter's explains his struggle understanding the true nature of repentance. Does calling someone to repentance contradict the truth that we are not saved by our good works?
Is Faith a Blind Leap? - The White Horse Inn - #1370
Why do you believe the Bible? What does it mean to “believe” in the first place? Should we think of faith as a kind of blind leap or shot in the dark? If so, why have you made this particular leap, in contrast to all the other faith options? On this program, the hosts will seek to answer these qu...
Is Faith Opposed to Evidence? - The White Horse Inn - #1371
Sometimes when discussing evidence for the Christian faith, a person may respond by asking, “What room does this leave for faith?” This question actually reveals a misunderstanding of the Christian view of faith which is grounded in factual claims about the person and work of Christ as reported a...
Addressing Popular Misconceptions of Faith - The White Horse Inn - #1373
On this program, the hosts interact with a number of man-on-the-street interviews concerning the nature and meaning of faith. As they have discussed throughout this series, faith is often seen as a kind of leap in the dark. According to the surveys we’ll air on this program, this belief seems to ...
Justification by Faith - The White Horse Inn - #1381
Once upon a time, Protestants of every variety were identified as those who were committed to the doctrine of “justification through faith alone.” In our day, however, most Protestants are not even familiar with this doctrine. With either stern rigor or happy tips for better living, conservatives...
What is Moralism? - Trevin Wax - AG Uncut
Trevin Wax explains how the counterfeit gospel of moralism is opposed to the true gospel.