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From The Last Adam: Enhanced edition
The Bible is clear in several passages how to receive salvation. It doesn’t mean you are perfect after you are saved, but it does mean that you are perfectly forgiven and saved from the penalty of sin by God’s grace.
Whether we look backward or forward in time, God has always saved in the same manner: by His grace through a person’s faith in the “seed of the woman,” Jesus the promised Messiah, coming in His appointed time to crush the head of Satan and bring redemption to a fallen humanity.
If you examine your fruit and recognize that you are growing in holiness but fail to see that you are not as holy as you should be, you will forget the grace of the gospel. However, if you only recognize that you are not as holy as you should be but you fail to recognize that God is growing you in holiness, you then will always doubt your salvation.
Jesus went to the Cross exactly as God had intended before the world began. The plan of redemption was not a necessary afterthought to remedy a plan gone wrong. Jesus Christ had purposed to redeem us from eternity past.
How were people saved before Jesus Christ died on the Cross? The answer is easy, once you realize that nothing happens by chance—the solution was already in place even before the world began.
The Bible states that thieves will not inherit the kingdom of God, but Jesus told a thief that he would be with Him in Paradise. Dan Lietha, AiG–U.S., explains.
Millions of Americans will celebrate their freedom and independence today, but this independent spirit often leads us to ignore what is most important. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains.
Since the Gospel message is based on the death, burial, and Resurrection of Christ, many have wondered how people who lived prior to the Incarnation of Christ could have been saved.
People might tell you that you need to be saved. But do you feel like you’re only getting half the story?
A response to Cincinnati Post religion writer Kevin Eigelbach who took issue with a recent Answers Update e-newsletter (a free, weekly Answers in Genesis mailing), alleging-among other things-that the e-newsletter implied evolutionists couldn't be Christians.
How many more of our friends need creation evangelism so they will understand their need of salvation?
Answers in Genesis recently received a colored picture and a touching letter from a young boy who trusted Christ while reading A is for Adam.