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      Earnestly Contending for the Faith Against Legalism
      (James White)

      Friday, March 21, 2008

      This final lecture in a series of three is about the present danger we face and the church as a whole has faced since it began. That danger is the threat of legalism. Even Paul kept his most stern admonitions not for the morally corrupted church at Corinth, but the churches at Galatia that was trying to finish up in the flesh what they had begun in the Spirit. Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for their legalism, too. Whether it comes from the smile of a megachurch "pastor" who tells you to "just do these few things and you'll be alright" or from another that seems to want your purpose in life to be driven by everything but faith alone in Christ and repentance of your sins, legalism is prevalent today. James White concludes this three part lecture series in this final one where he displays why we need to earnestly contend for the faith against legalism.



      You Can Download the MP3 Here.

      (I didn't share these in the order they were presented because I thought the issue of relativism was something that needed to be addressed first here. Originally the order was antinomianism, legalism, and relativism. Just a little explanation for why you hear James talking about the lecture tomorrow being on relativism during the first part of this lecture.)

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