For the past three centuries, the Christian community has commonly agreed that it is our faith in Christ that saves us. But noted theologian and minister Oliver Rogers makes a startling argument: that we human beings should base our hope of salvation on Christ’s faith as opposed to our own. In his new book, The Faith of Christ, Oliver Rogers explains how a small, prepositional difference in scriptural interpretation can lead to huge implications for our salvation.

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The apostle Paul writing the church at Ephesus states that God has blessed His people with every spiritual blessing in Christ Jesus (Ephesians 1:3). 1. We become a new creation in Christ Jesus. The apostle stated it as follows to the  Christians in Corinth: {If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the [...]

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In the book of Philippians Paul was admonishing the Christians to have the same attitude (mind) of Jesus Christ. (25).  True, he existed in the form of God (referring to His deity, (John 1:1,2)before He “became flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:14). So as to become a human being,  he emptied himself of deity [...]

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