Church of Christ dilemma
Answering the Church of Christ New Testament pattern controversy by sharing the doctrine of justification by faith alone

"Any time you have a theology based upon God and man, you can never be absolutely sure of your salvation. Why? Because if my salvation depends upon God and me -I might mess up."

John MacArthur- "Saved Beyond a Doubt"

A comparative study of the Church of Christ and evnagelical Christianity's doctrine of justification: Are we saved by faith in Jesus Christ plus nothing or faith plus works?
li How do the beliefs of Churches of Christ compare with that of evangelical Christianity?
li How is the doctrine of Justification by faith alone misunderstood by the Churches of Christ? 
li What about James chapter 2 and "faith without works is dead"?
li What about baptism? Doesn't a person have to be baptized in order to be saved?
Answers for those who are unfamiliar with the Church of Christ and the Stone/ Campbell movement:

We would like to express our appreciation to the following individuals and their respective ministries for their help, insight and faithfulness in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ:

Dr. D. James Kennedy
Dr. J. Vernon McGee
Dr. R.C. Sproul
li Why are worship methodology issues such as non-instrumental music important to those in the Church of Christ?
li Are Church of Christ beliefs outside that of evangelical Christianity?
li Is the Church of Christ a good biblical church? Do all Church of Christ churches have a "faith plus works" salvation theology?
li Provide some esamples that help illustrate the differences between the Churches of Christ and evangelicals
li What practical information may be helpful to know when sharing with those in the Churches of Christ?



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