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We live in a day where good is called evil and evil is good.  We are told
that those who live righteously are considered self-righteous while those who
are unrighteous, sinning everyday in thought, word, and deed are in the
true faith!  In other words, if you don't sin, you are a hypocrite,
but if you do sin, you are good with God and are in the faith. 
What utter foolishness to believe obeying God is
impossible and morally wrong!

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Accused of Sinless Perfectionism?

Are You Waiting for God to Clean Up Your life?  

Babies Are NOT Born Spiritually Dead 

Blaming God!

But for The Grace of God Go I?

Can A Christian Become Unborn? Can A Sheep Become A Goat? 

"Carnal Christian" is a Myth 

Carnal Is Not Always Evil 

Did Jesus Satisfy the Wrath of God?

Drinking Alcohol

Engaging in Spiritual Warfare

Examples of Apostasy

Except for Fornication

Faith Alone or Faith That Works?

Faith Is Not Just a Mental Assent 

Final Judgment Where Conduct Did Matter

Except for Fornication

Forgiving Others

Given Up

Have You Resisted Unto Blood?

Immoral Christians

Imputed Righteousness: A Correct Understanding

Investigating Charles Finney's Teaching (Perseverance of the Saints)

Is Our Righteosness as Filthy Rags?

It is Not a Sin to Stop Sinning 

Just Response 

Law Of Christ

The Matter of Perfection 

Paid in Full?

Paul, James, and Abraham

Peter/Cephas Controversy

Points to Ponder

Putting "Never Saved To Begin With" to the Test

Romans 5 speaks of Spiritual Death

Sin: Missing the Mark? 

Sins of Omission

The Flaws of Substitution Theories   (see Also Response To the Flaws of Substitution Theories)

The Vicarious Death of Christ?

Therefore Be Perfect

The View Of Imputed Righteousness That Goes Way Beyond Scritural Grounds

We Can Have Assurance!


Please Note: While the Webmaster of this site may agree with the authors on articles concerning the Conditional Security of the believer, it does not mean there is total agreement with the views expressed by authors in other areas of doctrine. 

Just remember this simple rule:

"Prove all things; hold fast that
which is good."  -1 Thess. 5:21