The Carnal Christian Doctrine #1
This two-part series addresses that teaching which says, contrary to the clear teaching of the bible concerning true conversion and living the Christian life, that a person may be converted and yet live with indifference to a pursuit of personal holiness. This unbiblical doctrine teaches that a person may have assurance of salvation but yet show little or no evidence of a transformed life.
These two sermons examine this teaching, commonly called “The Carnal Christian Doctrine”, in the light of the words of I Corinthians 3 and of the larger context of Holy Scripture. Two of the earlier recorded sermons of Pastor Martin and just as powerful today. We urge you to listen carefully to both sermons beginning with message number one.
Also available in RealAudio® format on www.tbcnj.org.
This message (TE-C-1) is part of a series. Cassette tapes and CD's may be purchased through Trinity Book Service.
|Jan 5, 1964
|Sunday - AM
|1 Corinthians 3; Romans 6:15; Romans 8:1-14