Study Guide | Rooted in Faith
This week we continue engaging the central doctrines of the Protestant Reformation in a series we're calling Rooted: In the Soil of a Vibrant, Growing Faith.
As we have sought to (re)discover the sources of biblical Christianity, we've discussed the doctrines of the written Word of God, the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures (Sola Scriptura), the Living Word of God, Jesus Christ (Solus Christus), and Salvation by Grace Alone (Sola Gratia).
Last week we saw that human beings are reconciled to God through God’s act of coming to us in the person of Jesus Christ, out of the grace and mercy of God. Ephesians 2.8 tells us that,
For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith - and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God - not by works, so that no one can boast.
This week we unpack the meaning of “Faith” and how faith alone is the means of receiving this amazing gift of grace. Here is the study guide.
In the grace and peace of Christ,