Evangelical Repentance and Saving Faith #11
Series Repentance and Faith
Evangelical Repentance & Saving Faith: God's Hinge on the Door to Salvation
'I kept back nothing that was helpful, but proclaimed it to you, and taught you publicly and from house to house, testifying to Jews, and also to Greeks, repentance toward God and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ.' (Acts 20:20-21)
What is evangelical repentance, and is it necessary for salvation?
Using the shorter catechism as a framework for organizing the biblical materials, Pastor Martin sets forth the doctrine of evangelical repentance using the analogy of a tree:
- what is the soil in which evangelical repentance grows?
- what are the two tap roots of evangelical repentance?
- what is the trunk of evangelical repentance?
- what are the branches of evangelical repentance?
And why use the term “saving faith” if it's not found in the Bible?
Pastor Martin answers this and other vital questions as he sets forth the the necessity of saving faith, the nature of saving faith, and the fruit of saving faith.
Listening to this series will deepen your understanding of these vital, fundamental Christian doctrines, as well as immunize you against errors that would destroy them.
Tape Code #TX-Z-11
|Dec 11, 2005