"Oh to Grace how great a debtor
daily I'm constrained to be.
Let thy goodness, like a fetter
bind my wandering heart to Thee!"


Sunday, January 13, 2008

Christless Christianity

This is a recent program of the White Horse Inn on "Christless Christianity: The American Captivity of the Church." Much of what is trying to pass itself off as Christianity today is not Christianity at all. As B. B. Warfield pointed out, is there really such a thing as Christianity without Jesus Christ?




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2 comments:

Lane Chaplin said...

A Christianity without redemption - redemption in the blood of Jesus Christ as the sacrifice for sins - is nothing less than a contradiction in terms. Precisely what Christianity means is redemption in the blood of Jesus. No one need wonder therefore that, when redemption is no longer sought and found in Jesus, men should begin to ask whether there remains any real necessity for Jesus. We may fairly contend that the germ of Christless Christianity is present wherever a proper doctrine of redemption has fallen away or even has only been permitted to fall out of sight.


- B.B. Warfield
(from "Christless Christianity")

Jen2 said...

Praise the Lord Jesus for that Youtube you posted dear sister.....what a tremendous blessing to fear the Lord God Almighty. Jer 9:23-24
I'm going to have to blog a link to that deal.....

As my pastor says - trembling before the Lord, fearing Him is not something you do before you're saved nor even immediately after being saved...it is something you grow into. Immature Christians have little to no fear. Trembling increases as knowledge increases as we know the one who's omnipotent wrath we are being saved FROM. Saved from God BY God.
selah.