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The Gospel Uncensored: How Only Grace Leads to Freedom

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"It is for freedom that Christ has set us free." Many people have been taught that Christianity is a religion in which you must do certain things in order to receive certain benefits, and that you must do more and try harder to be accepted.

The truth is, faith in Jesus is enough. Any attempt to add anything-even good works- to this simple good news is to lose the Gospel com
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Paperback, 220 pages
Published October 12th 2010 by WestBow Press (first published October 8th 2010)
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The Apostle Paul wrote 9 letters to 7 different churches as recorded in the New Testament. Rome, Corinth, Galatia, Ephesus, Colossae, Philippi and Thessalonica all received a personal letter from the Apostle. Furthermore, in the beginning portion of each letter, Paul’s affection pours upon them as he expresses his thankfulness to them… all except one. Obviously the unlucky church had to have been the church in Corinth! Right? Seriously, they had lawsuits, sexual promiscuity, divisions and idolat ...more
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The Apostle Paul wrote 9 letters to 7 different churches as recorded in the New Testament. Rome, Corinth, Galatia, Ephesus, Colossae, Philippi and Thessalonica all received a personal letter from the Apostle. Furthermore, in the beginning portion of each letter, Pauls affection pours upon them as he expresses his thankfulness to them all except one. Obviously the unlucky church had to have been the church in Corinth! Right? Seriously, they had lawsuits, sexual promiscuity, divisions and idolatry ...more
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