Faith, Works and Eschatological Justification at Cafe Apocalypsis

Alan S. Brady posts on Café Apocalypsis on Faith, Works, and Eschatological Justification. He compairs faith according to Paul and James and concludes:

The proof of one’s faith will result in their future justification based not only on what they say they believe but how they lived their lives. In short, true faith follows the example of Abraham in that his faith and his actions were working together.

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  1. Say James, I saw you work at Gordon Conwell Theo/Library. Did they ever get the pages that I commented missing from the interlibrary loan copy of “The Queen of Sheba and Her Only Son Menyelek” trans. Sir E.A. Wallis Budge? Check the book and notice missing “how Solomon Recognized his son” and “The Plot to Steal the Ark from the Temple” chapters. I have a complete copy and can scan the missing pages if you can refresh me on which ones, it was several years ago.

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